Audio from the Leaving a Legacy workshop held at Thistle Hall, Wellington on 14 September 2016. The workshop looked at creative ways to record and preserve our diverse identities, cultures and world views. It was organised by Tiwhanawhana and the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ) and facilitated by Elizabeth Kerekere.
The first hour contained presentations from the invited speakers, followed by a workshop where participants were asked: what do we do well in Wellington? and what gaps/concerns are we aware of? A special thank you to the participants for allowing us to record and share this event.
2010s, accessibility, activism, adrienne girling, alexander turnbull library, aotearoa new zealand, ara taiohi, archives, arson, arts, bay of plenty, civil union act (2004), civil unions, connor mcleod, day of silence, destiny church, elizabeth kerekere, ellen faed, facebook.com, gareth watkins, gay, gay bc (wellington access radio), gay fathers group (wellington), growing up, hiv/aids, homosexual law reform, identity, insideout, instagram.com, invisibility, kapiti gay (coast access radio), karen harris, kevin haunui, language, legacy, lesbian, lesbian and gay archives of new zealand (laganz), lesbian and gay rights resource centre, lesbian information, library and archives centre (lilac), lesbian wellington, linda evans, mahara davis, maori, march, murupara, national gay rights coalition, oral history, out in the park (wellington), phil parkinson, pink triangle collective, politics, preservation, protest, quilted bananas (wellington access radio), radio new zealand, representation, research, restorative practice, roger swanson, rotorua, same same but different (2016), school, sian torrington, social media, solidarity with orlando candlelight vigil (wellington), suicide, support, tabby besley, takatāpui, te kooti arikirangi te turuki, te matatini, te whaiti, teaching, thistle hall, tiwhanawhana, tony reed, training, trans, twitter.com, waiata, we don't have to be the building (2016), wellington, wellington access radio, wellington pride, whakapapa, youth