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Alison Laurie

In this podcast Alison talks about growing up and being involved in queer activism from the 1960s.

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Record date:18th February 2010
Interviewer:Wai Ho
Location:Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand
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Archive:The master recording is archived at the Alexander Turnbull Library (OHDL-003847).