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Wellington International Pride Parade 2018

Audio from the Wellington International Pride Parade 2018. A special thank you to the participants and organisers for allowing us to record this event.

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  • 00:05 - Gareth Farr
  • 01:50 - Taupuruariki Brightwell and Tania Beckett, Richter City Roller Derby
  • 04:07 - MP Jan Logie, Green Party
  • 06:00 - Roger and Ron
  • 09:40 - Mayor of Wellington Justin Lester
  • 11:28 - MP Grant Robertson, Labour Party
  • 14:26 - Adeline S. Greig and Ahi Wi-Hongi, Trans Health Care Now
  • 18:48 - Joe Kearns, Logistics Manager for the parade
  • 22:00 - Christian Jones, Batucada
  • 23:22 - Garth Bloomfield, ACC
  • 24:58 - Caleb Gordon, PSA
  • 29:08 - MC Spanky Jackson, Justin Lester launches the parade
  • 30:35 - Parade description - Ariana Tikao and an unidentified member of the public
  • 32:28 - Nicola Willis, National Party
  • 33:53 - Tracey Thompson and Chris Bensemann, NZ Police
  • 36:00 - Pamela Hancock, PrEP - NZ AIDS Foundation
  • 37:40 - Will, Xero
  • 38:15 - Valerie Love, Department of Internal Affairs
  • 40:15 - Jamie and Jim Waters, Rainbow Wellington
  • 42:00 - Amnesty International
  • 43:45 - Maggie Shipman, Trans Health Care Now
  • 45:42 - Simon and co, Regenerate Magazine
  • 47:26 - Chelsea O'Reilly, ASB
  • 48:06 - MP Paul Eagle, Labour Party


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Record date:10th March 2018
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins
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