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Hutt Valley Pride 2022 - Living in Colour

Audio from the Living in Colour Pride event held at the Dowse Art Museum in Lower Hutt on 30 July 2022. It was organsied by Te Ngākau Kahukura o Te Awakairangi and featured performances and stalls. The longer title for the event is: Living In Colour - one heartbead at a time. Ka Marama i Roto, Ka Tiaho ki Waho. A special thank you to the organisers, stall holders, Tiwhanawhana and Ngā Uri o Whiti Te Rā for allowing this event to be recorded and shared. Note: Covid-19 face-masks were worn during many of the recordings.

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  • 0:00:01 - Cameron Kapua-Morrell
  • 0:12:34 - Lilly of the Valley (a.k.a. Lilly Loudmouth)
  • 0:16:30 - Welcome - Cameron Kapua-Morrell and Selena Pirika
  • 0:18:15 - Karakia Timatanga - Boo Poi and Lilly of the Valley
  • 0:18:35 - Waiata, Tiwhanawhana
  • 0:21:24 - Kevin Haunui
  • 0:22:50 - Waiata, Tiwhanawhana
  • 0:27:45 - Selena Pirika
  • 0:31:32 - Chelus and Lucy - Regional Stop Smoking Programme, Kōkiri Marae Hauora health
  • 0:38:18 - Calum Bennachie - NZPC: Aotearoa New Zealand Sex Workers' Collective
  • 0:46:17 - Ana Nia - Te Whatu Ora Health (public health)
  • 0:49:59 - Waiata, Ngā Uri o Whiti Te Rā
  • 0:52:40 - Sevia Saviour Nua (Saviiey), Ngā Uri o Whiti Te Rā Mai Le Moana Trust
  • 0:58:28 - Neo Kenny - InsideOUT
  • 1:03:55 - Louie Zalk-Neale, Abi Buchhalter (Vibe) and Yuval Zalk-Neale
  • 1:11:05 - Winter - Naming New Zealand
  • 1:14:05 - Shelley Duffin, Kōkiri Marae Hauora health
  • 1:16:30 - Awhina Wana, Kōkiri Marae Hauora health
  • 1:19:45 - Michal Salter-Duke
  • 1:24:24 - Compass Wilts-Ramsay - InsideOUT
  • 1:28:05 - Cameron Kapua-Morrell


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Record date:30th July 2022
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins
Location:Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt
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