Elizabeth Kerekere

In this podcast Elizabeth reflects on her early activist years with the Black Women's movement, homosexual law reform, the formation of Tiwhanawhana and the new resource booklet Takataapui: part of the whanau - a continuation of her support for diverse rainbow communities.

The booklet can be freely downloaded from the Mental Health Foundation.

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Record date:9th December 2015
Interviewer:Jac Lynch