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Bill Logan

In this podcast Bill talks about the early years of HIV AIDS in Wellington, and the response by groups like the Wellington Gay Switchboard and the AIDS Support Network.

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1980s, 1990s, advertising, aids roadshow, aids support network, aids support network trust, alcohol, aotearoa new zealand, auckland, beacons of hope (wellington), bill edginton, bill logan, bogs, books, bruce burnett, candlelight memorials, career, christchurch, church, closeted, clubs, coming out, community, daniel fielding, david harper, david semp, death, discrimination, dorian society, drugs, dunedin, education, encounters, eve van grafhorst, family, gary mcgrath, gay, gay liberation movement, gay-aid (wellington), hamilton, health, helen clark, heritage, hiv/aids, homophobia, homosexual, homosexual law reform, human rights, if i should die (book), iv league, jane henson, jerome vliestra, john clements, john miller, kevin green, language, lesbian, lindsay wright, marriage, media, michael bassett, michael kirby, ministry of health, museums, names project, needle exchange programme, neil thornton, new york city, new york native (newspaper), new zealand aids council, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), new zealand aids memorial quilt, new zealand needle exchange programme, norman jones, ottawa charter for health promotion (1986), out (magazine), parties, paul mckay, paul reeves, peer support, peter cuthbert, phil parkinson, pink triangle collective, politics, prejudice, prevention, public toilet, quilted bananas (wellington access radio), richard benge, rob lake, role playing, safe sex, san francisco, saunas, sex, shanti project, st. marks baths (new york), stonewall riots (1969), suicide, support, te omanga hospice, the advocate (magazine), training, united states of america, university of california (ucla), victoria club, victoria university of wellington, volunteer, wellington, wellington gay switchboard, wellington gay welfare group, women

Record date:19th May 2015
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Interviewer:Gareth Watkins