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Trans Awareness Week Gala

Interviews with participants and stall holders at the Trans Awareness Week Gala. The event was held at the Newtown Community and Cultural Centre on 16 November 2019.

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  • 00:05 - Jesse Porter describes the gala
  • 04:43 - Hayden, Rosie and Compass, InsideOUT
  • 15:48 - Kate Scarlet, Naming New Zealand
  • 22:33 - Gabrielle, Aunty Dana's Op Shop
  • 27:25 - Marian Clement and Athena William, stall holders
  • 34:42 - Alex, Gender Minorities Aotearoa
  • 40:19 - Hiromi, stall holder
  • 42:05 - Kane, Project Youth (Kapiti Youth Support)
  • 45:55 - Rowan, stall holder
  • 49:48 - Skye, stall holder

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Record date:16th November 2019
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins
Location:Newtown Community and Cultural Centre, Wellington
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URL:http://www.pridenz.com/trans_awareness_week_gala.html