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Queer Avengers

Queer Avengers

In this podcast Sara Fraser talks about the history of the Queer Avengers and some of its activities. The group was formed in Wellington in 2011 and was committed to stopping sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination through social and political means.

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Record date:1st September 2018
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins