In this podcast Bruce Burnett, an early AIDS educator and activist, talks to Phil Parkinson about an upcoming AIDS counselling workshop and the current situation in New Zealand. The previous week two people had been hospitalised in Auckland (one of them being a passenger on the QE2 ocean liner).
This interview was recorded in mid-February 1985, three-and-a-half months before Bruce's death. A detailed log of the recording is available on the LAGANZ website, see page 0063-A.
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