Audio from the panel discussion on queer history, held during the community event Queer History in the Making.
The panel was chaired by Paul Diamond and featured Tony Simpson, Linda Evans and Kassie Hartendorp. The event was organised by the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand and hosted at the National Library of New Zealand, Wellington on 12 September 2015.
A special thank you to the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand for allowing us to record this event.
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