An interview with Tabby Besley from InsideOUT, recorded during the community event Queer History in the Making.
Tabby received a Queen's Young Leader award in June 2015 for work with rainbow and questioning youth.
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|Record date:||12th September 2015|
|Location:||Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand|
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