Audio from people remembering Carmen after the powhiri gifting of her taonga (cultural treasures) to Te Papa - Museum of New Zealand on 1 November 2013. The recording finishes with a performance from Tiwhanawhana.
Tariana Turia spoke during the ceremony (not recorded). The speech is reproduced here.
1970s, 2010s, abuse, amanduh la whore, ancestors, aotearoa new zealand, art-a-rama, australia, buckwheat, carmen rupe, carmen's international coffee lounge, celia wade-brown, chrissy witoko, christianity, compassion, culture, dana de milo, david hartnell, diversity, drag, drugs, francis rupe, friends, georgina beyer, harassment, helen clark, human rights, icons, jurgen hoffman, karen te wao, kate sheppard, kings cross, le balcon/the balcony, legacy, les girls (sydney), lorraine's cake kitchen (wellington), luamanuvao winnie laban, mana, maori, marae, museum of new zealand te papa tongarewa, observatory hotel (sydney), parents, parliament buildings, pasi daniels, pindi hurring, police, politics, powhiri, rainton hastie, robin warea-hargreaves, sex work, showgirl, social justice, spirituality, striptease, sunset strip, sydney (australia), takatāpui, tariana turia, taumarunui, the boatshed, the purple onion, tiwhanawhana, transexual, transgender, trelise cooper, trevor morley, wahine (boat), waiata, wellington, whanau