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Love Parade and Out in the carPark

Participants, stall-holders and the public talk about attending the Love Parade and Out in the carPark.

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  • 0:00:05 - Karen Harris, parade co-ordinator
  • 0:02:25 - Adrienne Girling, parade co-ordinator
  • 0:03:51 - Baden, traffic marshall
  • 0:04:50 - Braya
  • 0:06:16 - Tohia Love
  • 0:06:53 - Sydney Lehman and Stephanie Garvey, Women's Refuge
  • 0:11:35 - Paul Boland and Frank, Different Strokes Wellington (DSW)
  • 0:14:39 - Freya, Fresh Fruit
  • 0:17:21 - Kay Jones
  • 0:19:30 - Jessie Scherf [sp?]
  • 0:23:44 - Liam
  • 0:24:55 - Amanduh la Whore speaks to the parade participants
  • 0:27:33 - Georgina Beyer
  • 0:28:20 - Adrienne Girling
  • 0:28:30 - MP Jan Logie speaks to the parade participants
  • 0:30:15 - Adrienne Girling, countdown and parade start
  • 0:30:48 - Shelley Te Waiariki Howard describes the parade
  • 0:32:00 - Lilly Loud Mouth
  • 0:32:36 - Lesbian community radio programme
  • 0:33:21 - Unidentified spectator
  • 0:34:24 - Unidentified participant
  • 0:35:03 - Unidentified spectator
  • 0:35:50 - MC LaQuisha Redfern with Lilly Loud Mouth, Fifi Fabulous, Amanduh la Whore and Marcella de Tella
  • 0:38:40 - Mayor of Wellington Celia Wade-Brown
  • 0:40:27 - Georgina Beyer
  • 0:42:24 - Maggie Shippam, InsideOUT
  • 0:45:00 - Daisy, School's Out
  • 0:46:38 - John Jolliff and Des Smith (they talk about their civil union - the first in New Zealand - and upcoming marriage)
  • 0:52:10 - Lesley Bola and Woiwoi Williams, Body Positive
  • 0:53:45 - Clynton Payne, New Zealand Police - Diversity Liaison Officers
  • 0:57:11 - Emma Anderson, Electoral Commission
  • 0:58:23 - Ron Irvine, Body Positive
  • 1:01:45 - Little Miss Cinnamon, Love Your Condom - New Zealand AIDS Foundation
  • 1:03:44 - Shane, ANZ
  • 1:05:14 - Chris Rogers and Bev Berryman, Wellington Cats Protection League
  • 1:06:40 - Alan Kwok and Paul Rigby, Wellington Frontrunners
  • 1:07:32 - Damian Strogen, AsiaPacific Outgames (Auckland 2016)
  • 1:10:29 - Angela Wells, body artist
  • 1:12:35 - Ellen Faed, Lesbian Information, Library and Archives Centre (LILAC)
  • 1:14:58 - Elizabeth Marshall, Colour Me Kitchen
  • 1:17:00 - Neill Ballantyne, Faith Communities United in Love (talks about gathering signatures for the petition on historic homosexual convictions)


1980s, 2010s, adoption, adrienne girling, alan kwok, alan turing, alan turing law, amanduh la whore, angela wells, anz bank new zealand, aotearoa new zealand, asia pacific outgames, benedict cumberbatch, bev berryman, bicycle junction, bisexual, body artist, body positive, cakes, canada, celia wade-brown, chris rogers, civil unions, clynton payne, colour me kitchen, coming out, conrad johnston, cooking, criminal records (expungement of convictions for historical homosexual offences) act 2018, cubadupa (wellington), damian strogen, day of silence, democracy, des smith, different strokes wellington (dsw), diversity liaison officers (police), drag, drumming, electoral commission, elizabeth marshall, ellen faed, emma anderson, faith, faith communities united in love, fifi fabulous, fresh fruit (wellington), gay, gay-tms (teller machines), gender affirming healthcare, gender diverse, georgina beyer, ghuznee street, glenda gale, hiv stigma, hiv/aids, homosexual law reform, inaugural event, insideout, internal stigma, internalised homophobia, internalised transphobia, intersex, jan logie, jessie scherf, john jolliff, karen harris, kay jones, kevin hague, laquisha redfern, lee eklund, lesbian, lesbian information, library and archives centre (lilac), lesley bola,, lilly loud mouth, linda evans, little miss cinnamon, love, love parade (wellington), love your condom, maggie shippam, marcella de tella, marriage, marriage equality, mayor of carterton, member of parliament, neill ballantyne, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), new zealand defence force (nzdf), new zealand police, nxt15 - lgbtiq youth leaders conference, out at psa network, out in the carpark (wellington), out in the park (wellington), out in the square (wellington), pardon, paul boland, paul rigby, peer support, people against prisons aotearoa (formerly known as no pride in prisons), petition on historic convictions, pets, police, pride, pride parade, pride parade (auckland), pride parade (wellington), protest, queer, quilted bananas (wellington access radio), rainbow tick, ron irvine, school's out (wellington), self stigma, shelley te waiariki howard, sport, stephanie garvey, sydney lehman, sydney mardi gras, t-shirts, takatāpui, the imitation game (film), tohia love, topp twins, toronto, trans, transgender, transphobia, uniq victoria (wellington), valentines day, violence, visibility, wairarapa, wellington, wellington cats protection league, wellington frontrunners, wind, wiremu demchick, women's refuge, womens suffrage, youth, zealandia

Record date:29th March 2015
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Interviewer:Gareth Watkins