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Out in the City - interviews

Interviews with people at Out in the City, which was held on 27 March 2021 at the Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington. Founded in 1986, and originally called the Lesbian and Gay Fair, 2021 marked the 35th anniversary of the event.

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  • 0:00:01 - Sherryn, Mani Bruce Mitchell and Jelly O'Shea, Intersex Trust Aotearoa New Zealand (ITANZ)
  • 0:05:53 - Stephen Clothier and Mary Barnett, Wellington City Libraries
  • 0:09:29 - Jasper, Gender Minorities Aotearoa (GMA)
  • 0:10:47 - Dorianne Page and Tracey Bentall, Evolve Wellington Youth Service and Kapiti Youth Support (KYS)
  • 0:16:16 - Leandro, Cristian and Yobanny, Rainbow Haven
  • 0:20:42 - Tiana, Community Law
  • 0:22:47 - Angele Toomey and Mike Fairhurst, Rainbow Wellington
  • 0:26:10 - Morgan-Jean Butler, Problem Gambling Foundation (PGF)
  • 0:28:42 - T Peters, Cross Agency Rainbow Network (CARN)
  • 0:33:16 - Iona Anderson and Micah Geiringer, Wellington Cats Protection League
  • 0:35:35 - Craig Hutson, Faith Communities United in Love
  • 0:44:31 - Jaime Hutton, Scouts New Zealand
  • 0:49:15 - Neo, InsideOut
  • 0:52:42 - Lou Percy, Outerspaces
  • 0:55:56 - Des Smith and John Jolliff
  • 0:59:31 - Lesbian Action for Visbility Aotearoa (LAVA) protest outside of the Michael Fowler Centre
  • 1:00:34 - Prue Hyman and co
  • 1:01:54 - Unidentified counter protesters
  • 1:04:14 - Mari North and Dyl Jones
  • 1:09:00 - Vivian Lyngdoh, Board Chair - Wellington Pride Festival
  • 1:10:19 - [back inside the Michael Fowler Centre]
  • 1:10:20 - Karen Harris, QUILTED BANANAS (formerly called the Lesbian Community Radio Programme)
  • 1:14:30 - Arrun Soma - Wellington Indian Pride
  • 1:19:51 - Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson on stage
  • 1:24:38 - Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson
  • 1:27:43 - Tyler Williams, Rainbow Team Wellington
  • 1:28:56 - Bridget Hughes, Wayward Masquerade
  • 1:32:11 - Chaz Harris, co-writer of Promised Land, Maiden Voyage and Raven Wild
  • 1:36:51 - Kim Wheeler, New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF)
  • 1:43:44 - Jared Pullar, NZ Young Nats
  • 1:46:10 - Samantha, Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI)
  • 1:48:11 - Gavin Hamilton, Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ)
  • 1:55:06 - James Malcolm, OUTline NZ
  • 1:57:35 - MP Jan Logie


1980s, 2020s, activism, addiction, adoption, aged care, alcohol, alcohol and drug abuse, allies, angele toomey, anxiety, aotearoa new zealand, archives, argentina, aromantic, arrun soma, asexual, asylum seeker, auckland, authentic self, autism, awaken gathering (2021), ayesha verrall, badges, barbara edmonds, beauty and the beast (film), bigotry, biphobia, births, deaths, marriages, and relationships registration bill (2017), bisexual, bisexual flag, blessing, blood donation, body diversity, book selling, books, bridget hughes, buddhism, cats, chaz harris, checkmate sauna, chest binder, child poverty, christianity, christopher isherwood, church, climate change, community law, conference, consent, conversion / reparative therapy, counselling, covid-19 (coronavirus), covid-19 fatigue, covid-19 lockdown, craig hutson, cross agency rainbow network (carn), day of silence, department of conservation, department of corrections, des smith, digital archive, digitisation, dorianne page, drugs, dyl jones, education, elder care, elder issues, empathy, employment, evolve wellington youth service, exclusion, faith, faith communities united in love, fear, filming, friends, fuck normal (t-shirt), fun, gambling, gavin hamilton, gay, gender expression, gender fluid, gender identity, gender minorities aotearoa (gma), genderless clothes swap (outerspaces), genderqueer, glen bennett, government, grant robertson, green party, hate, hawkes bay, he tangata (performance), health, health care, hikoi, hikoi to out in the city, hiv education, hiv stigma, hiv testing and prevention, hiv/aids, homophobia, homosexual, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), homosexual law reform petition, hospitality, housing crisis, howard ashman, human rights, human rights act (1993), ian hutson, identity documents, inclusion, insideout, intersex, intersex flag, intersex trust aotearoa new zealand (itanz), intersex visibility, intersexy, iona anderson, isolation, jacinda ardern, jaime hutton, james malcolm, jan logie, jared pullar, jelly o'shea, john jolliff, kapiti youth support, karen harris, katherine mansfield,, kim wheeler, language, law, lawyer, legal rights, lesbian, lesbian action for visbility aotearoa (lava), lesbian and gay archives of new zealand (laganz), lesbian and gay fair, library, lou percy, lynette hutson, maiden voyage (book), manaakitanga, mani bruce mitchell, maori, mari north, marriage, marriage amendment act (2012), marriage equality, mary barnett, measles, member of parliament, mental health, merchandise, micah geiringer, michael fowler centre, michel foucault, migrants, ministry for primary industries (mpi), ministry of business, innovation and employment, ministry of health, morgan-jean butler, name change, naming new zealand, national schools pride week, national with pride (new zealand national party), new plymouth, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), new zealand labour party, new zealand young nationals, newtown school, non-binary, online service, out in the carpark (wellington), out in the city (wellington), out in the park (wellington), out in the square (wellington), out on the shelves, outerspaces (wellington), outline nz, oweek (university orientation), pansexual, people of colour, personal protective equipment (ppe), pink shirt day, pivoting, policy, polysexual, pride dragon, pride parade (wellington), problem gambling foundation, promised land (book), pronouns, prue hyman, public servant, public service, publishing, queerphobia, quilted bananas (wellington access radio), racism, rainbow greens - green party of aotearoa new zealand, rainbow haven, rainbow nz parliamentary network, rainbow progress pride flag, rainbow refugee, rainbow room, rainbow team wellington, rainbow wellington, rangatahi, raven wild (book), refugee, refugee quota, representation, resettlement, sad, safe space, salvation army, salvationist, sappho, school curriculum, scouts, scouts new zealand, sex-on-site venues, sexual behaviour, shift hui, smile, smiling, social networking, spark, st vincent de paul society (wellington), stephen clothier, stigma, stis, surgery, sydney mardi gras, t peters, takatāpui, the archive is alive (zine), tracey bentall, trans, trans-exclusionary radical feminism (terf), transgender, transphobia, travel bubble, tyler williams, undetectable viral load, vaccination, venturer (scouts), violence, visibility, vivian lyngdoh, volunteer, waiata, wayward masquerade, wellington, wellington cats protection league, wellington city libraries, wellington indian pride, wellington international pride parade (wipp), wellington pride festival (2021), wellington sexual health service (cuba street clinic), wellington zine fest, workshop, worship, youth, youth ball, youth group, youth work, zines, Āwhina centre

Record date:27th March 2021
Location:Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington
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Interviewer:Gareth Watkins