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Elizabeth Kerekere

In this podcast Elizabeth reflects on her early activist years with the Black Women's movement, homosexual law reform, the formation of Tiwhanawhana and the new resource booklet Takataapui: part of the whanau - a continuation of her support for diverse rainbow communities.

The booklet can be freely downloaded from the Mental Health Foundation.

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1980s, academia, academics, acceptance, actions, activism, advice, alison laurie, allies, alofa aiono, amazons softball club (wellington), ancestors, anti-nuclear movement, aotearoa new zealand, artist, arts, audre lorde, biculturalism, biphobia, black women's movement, cars, carving, children, church, cisgender, civil unions, coalition in support of the homosexual law reform bill, colonisation, conference, connect, conversation, culture, depression, destiny church, disconnection, discrimination, doctor of philosophy degree (phd), donna awatere huata, dunedin, elders, elizabeth kerekere, energy, enough is enough (march), eti laufiso, femme, funding, gender fluid, gender identity, gestetner, gisborne, government, grief, heta timu, hinemoana baker, hiv/aids, homophobia, homophobic bullying, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), honour, honours, housing, hui, identity, intersectionality, iwi, kaha youth hui (2007), kaha youth hui (2009), kapa haka, kaupapa, kevin haunui, law, leadership, leafleting, lesbian feminism, mana, mana takatāpui (art work), maori, maori sovereignty (book), marae, march, marie laufiso, marriage, marriage amendment act (2012), marriage equality, member of parliament, mental health, mental health foundation,, mentor, museum of new zealand te papa tongarewa, museums, national rainbow strategy, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), ngai tamanuhiri, ngati konohi, nuclear free, out there! national queer youth development project, palmerston north, parliament buildings, part of the whanau: the emergence of takatāpui identity (thesis), peri te wao, photocopy, pip laufiso, polarisation, politics, priorities, privilege, project management, prove heterosexuality, racism, rainbow caucus (parliament), rainbow pride community honours (wellington), rainbow youth, reconnect, religion, resource, rongowhakaata, self employment, self harm, sexual orientation, softball, spirituality, sport, strategic development, suicide, suicide prevention, support, tairawhiti, takatāpui, takatāpui: part of the whanau (booklet), tapu, te aitanga a mahaki, teachers college, teaching, tikanga, tillie laufiso, tim barnett, tiriti o waitangi / treaty of waitangi, tiwhanawhana, toihoukura (gisborne), transphobia, travel, treaty relations, united states of america, video, visual arts, wairua, waka hourua, weaving, wellington, whakapapa, whanau, whanau a kai, young pacifica, youth

Record date:9th December 2015
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Interviewer:Jac Lynch