Audio from the Wellington International Pride Parade held in May 2019. The parade was originally meant to take place on 16 March, but after the Christchurch terror attacks on the 15th, it was moved to 11 May. A special thank you to the participants and organisers for allowing us to record the parade. This event also marked the Chief of Defence's first participation in a pride parade.
Alan GranvilleAllan LennieAmanduh la WhoreAndrea TruemanAnny da Silva FreitasArt DanielBlair McDougallBrendan KeysChris BensemannChris BishopDes SmithFraser CarterGarth BloomfieldGavin YoungGerard WoodGrant RobertsonHayley YoungHemi FriresJackson WhithamJan LogieJelmer SnijderJohn JolliffJulia BarnettJustin LesterKaine ThompsonKatherine WilliamsKelly AdamsKirsty FarrantLinda LuongLouisa WallMaaike FisherMari NorthMia SlapperMira WoldbergPaul EaglePetrina ChaiPhilip van DykeRichard GilhoolyRichard TaitSam SteadSandy TaylorSarah CoulthardScotty MatthewsStephen PhillipsTamati CoffeyTangi WalshTania BermudezTodd Hamilton-CrookVivian SmithWesley Johnson
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