A Rainbow in the Village  [image: Roger Smith]

A Rainbow in the Village

A Rainbow in the Village (2019)

Organisers, participants and spectators talk about the world's (unofficial) shortest pride parade - held during Paekakariki's annual pride festival.

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Voices: Andrew Needs, Ann-Marie Stapp, Anna Walsh, Christopher Drinkwater, Corinne Guldmann, Danielle Burns, Donna Reed, Hugh Young, Jac Lynch, Jessica Bryan, Jon Trimmer, Linda McLaughlan, Mark Amery, Pat McIntosh, Rob Sumby, Robert O'Shea, Val Little (DJ Bullitt), Will Walsh

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Details

  • 0:00:06 - Pat Mcintosh and Val Little (co-organisers)
  • 0:16:18 - Kay and Sally
  • 0:17:05 - Rob Sumby (co-organiser)
  • 0:22:08 - Ann-Marie Stapp
  • 0:26:02 - Unidentified member of Project Youth, Kapiti Youth Support
  • 0:27:40 - Danielle Burns (co-organiser)
  • 0:30:58 - Donna Reed
  • 0:33:15 - Helmut and Kent
  • 0:35:16 - The Cowboy/Fireman song, Hazard
  • 0:36:23 - Jessica Bryan and Anna Walsh
  • 0:38:12 - Roanne and Ange
  • 0:40:05 - Debbie and Heather
  • 0:43:10 - Parade starts (Danielle Burns)
  • 0:43:27 - Chants and waiata
  • 0:44:26 - Hugh Young
  • 0:45:38 - Danielle Burns
  • 0:46:00 - Jac Lynch
  • 0:46:19 - Andrew Needs
  • 0:47:15 - Ribbon cutting at the crossing (Danielle Burns)
  • 0:47:50 - Danielle Burns
  • 0:50:11 - Jon Trimmer and Coral
  • 0:53:13 - Linda McLaughlan and co
  • 0:56:26 - Jo
  • 0:58:03 - Pete
  • 1:00:40 - Corinne Guldmann and Robert O'Shea
  • 1:06:12 - Toni
  • 1:07:04 - Mark Amery
  • 1:09:50 - Chrissy and Amy, Paekakariki Pops
  • 1:12:16 - Will Walsh and Christopher Drinkwater

Citation information

URL:http://www.pridenz.com/a_rainbow_in_the_village_2019.html
Record date:26th October 2019
Location:Paekakariki
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins
Copyright:PrideNZ.com