Cait O Pronntaigh

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Cait O Pronntaigh was the Feminist Caucus Coordinator for Organise Aotearoa.[1]

People Against Prisons Aotearoa

In 2018, members of People Against Prisons Aotearoa summarised Evan Poata Smith’s analysis of settler colonialism in Aotearoa. This document was presented for discussion at PAPA branch meetings. It has now been reformatted for publication.

Written by Emilie Rakete, Aaliyah Zionov, Sophie Morgan, Jessica Lim, Cait O Pronntaigh, Vanessa Arapko, Lisandru Grigorut.

Edited and reformatted for publication by Cait O Pronntaigh.

Evan Poata-Smith, in his 2001 thesis The Political Economy of Maori Protest Politics 1968-1995: A Marxist Analysis of the Roots of Maori Oppression and the Politics of Resistance, applied a Marxist analysis to the history of racism, colonialism, and dispossession which was brought to Aotearoa. Chapter 2 of his thesis, “Settler Colonialism and the Primitive Accumulation of Capital”, makes the argument that Marx’s account of the origins of capitalism also describes the process of settler-colonialism in Aotearoa. [2]

New Zealand Cuba Friendship Society

Cuba Solidarity - New Zealand Cuba Friendship Society public Facebook group. February 16 2020.

Members included Cait O Pronntaigh.