Audio from the open mic sessions held during the community event Queer History in the Making, where individuals and community groups were invited to talk and share about various rainbow activities.
The event was organised by the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand and hosted at the National Library of New Zealand, Wellington on 12 September 2015.
A special thank you to the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand for allowing us to record this event.
Adrienne GirlingBella SimpsonDes SmithEllen FaedEmma KellyJac LynchJevon WrightJohn JolliffJohn MayesKaren HarrisKaren Te WaoKathleen WinterKevin HaunuiLaQuisha RedfernLainey CowanLeanne ChambersLynette TownsendMalcolm Kennedy-VaughanMani Bruce MitchellPat McIntoshSimon FultonStephanie GibsonTabby BesleyValda EdyvaneVirginia Parker-Bowles
1970s, 1980s, 2010s, a day without art (radio), adrienne girling, afterlife memorial trust, amazons softball club (wellington), aotearoa new zealand, armstrong and arthur charitable trust for lesbians, asia pacific outgames (2011), badges, barry barclay, bars, bea arthur, bella simpson, biculturalism, bullying, carmen rupe, chrissy witoko, chrissy witoko memorial trust, clothing, coming out, community, community law, conrad johnston, crafts, daniel fielding, day of silence, death, des smith, devotion (wellington), different strokes wellington (dsw), diversity, ellen faed, elsdon best, emma kelly, evergreen cafe, fa'afafine, film, frank lund, friendship is the harbour of joy (film), funding, funeral, gareth kean, gareth watkins, gay, gay line wellington, gay line wellington trust, gender, gender identity, graham brandreth-wills, hero (auckland), hetty rodenburg, homophobia, homophobic bullying, homosexual law reform, homosexual law reform act (1986), homosexual law reform society, human rights, human rights act (1993), identity, identity documents, insideout, internet, intersex, intersex society of north america, intersex trust aotearoa new zealand (itanz), ivy bar and cabaret, jac lynch, james leuii, jevon wright, john jolliff, john mayes, jonathan dennis, jools topp, karen harris, karen te wao, kathleen winter, kevin haunui, lainey cowan, language, leanne chambers, lesbian, lesbian and gay fair, lesbian information, library and archives centre (lilac), lesbian overland and cafe club, lindah lepou, louisa wall, lynda topp, lynette townsend, malcolm kennedy-vaughan, mani bruce mitchell, maori, margaret sparrow, mark proffit, marriage equality, matt cook, mouth wide open (film), movies, museum of new zealand te papa tongarewa, music, neil anderson, nelson, new zealand aids foundation (nzaf), new zealand aids memorial quilt, new zealand defence force (nzdf), new zealand prostitutes collective (nzpc), ngā taonga sound and vision, out in the park (wellington), out in the square (wellington), outerspaces (wellington), outtakes: a reel queer film festival, overwatch (nz defence force), pat mcintosh, paul jenden, peter cuthbert, peter wells, polari fantabulosa (wellington), porleen simmons, project youth (kapiti), q youth (nelson), queer, queer domesticities (book), queer history in the making (2015), queer straight alliance (qsa), radio, rainbow team wellington, rule foundation, safe sex, sam neill, school's out (wellington), shift hui (2015), shigeyuki kihara, simon fulton, singing, social, social fruits (wellington), sport, stephanie gibson, support, swimming, t-shirts, tabby besley, takatāpui, tapatoru, tapu te ranga marae, tatou (e-magazine), ted coubray, the adventures of jonathan dennis (book), the glamaphones (wellington), the silent migration: ngati poneke young maori club (book), tiwhanawhana, topp twins, trans, transgender, transphobia, tranzform (wellington), valda edyvane, virginia parker-bowles, visibility, visual arts, walking, wedding, wellington, wellington access radio, witarina harris, youth, zines