Kevin Haunui - Queer History in the Making
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[00:00:00] This program is brought to you by pride nz.com. [00:00:05] I think from a logins point of view, I think it's been a success, I think the L profile is has been put out to our community. And in that respect, we couldn't have done a better job, I think of doing that. I think the, from a community perspective, having spoken to quite a few people who've been here today, and you know, they've been over, over 100 or so people throughout the day that have attended these four hours, they really like the opportunity of having a space to network in to see what's going on, to see other parts of the community that they normally might not engage with, until you have a whole community of eight. But I think that holy spirit of history [00:01:00] of thinking about it, [00:01:03] raising a profile, whether it's for league games, or other institutions, or other organizations, the the, the idea of having a queer history month to be celebrated by by our community, I think as shows that there was a there was a there was relevancy, and that there are ongoing issues for us to consider. So from all those speakers, and my view, I think it has been a remarkable success, really, and as I say, to have so many groups respond, and to share a little bit about themselves, is really is a really affirming, [00:01:46] affirming space [00:01:46] for people. One of the things I love about these type of events is just the the residual that kind of lingers so that energy carries on and and I found that without games as well, we're years later, you can you can pull on that energy that you that you you seem to today. [00:02:05] Yeah, that's absolutely right. I mean, the, the and celebrating and talking, we do reenergize ourselves we do get back to the roots of why. Why these sorts of things are why what we do gives us that energy, we know that there's a there's a reason why we get together we know that it needs to continue. And it's just good to be able to touch base with those things. Even though that might not have been the original intention of the event. In fact, that's what happened. So I totally agree that you come away feeling a sense of not just community but a sense of of, and not just the sense of compassion window or anything like that, but a sense of purpose around why we do the things we do in our community and who we do. Yeah
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