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”I‘m just older darling” a series of conversation with the elders of the Auckland and wider community of New Zealand.
Conversations with Members of the Rainbow Community, Samoan, Caribbean, Māori
Music by Bossa Nova Trap Groove by Mattijs Muller : Standard License from Premium beats

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A Conversation with Professor Lai Ming Ching talks to SSBB about been Older Darling 

 

Professor Lai-Ming Ching obtained her BSc, MSc (Hons), and PhD in Cell Biology all from The University of Auckland. Following a period after graduation at the Ontario Cancer Institute in Toronto, and The University of Washington in Seattle, she returned to New Zealand to a position at the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre  to investigate the mode of action of novel drugs developed at the Centre. She currently leads the Stromal Targeting Group at the Centre, specialising in approaches that restore the capacity of the normal cells in the tumour stroma to fight the cancer.

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Paul Harrowing Based in the Uk. Talks frankly about been Older in the LGBQTIA/Queer Community. 

Whats changed for better or for worse.

 

This was recorded over the phone during one of the many Covid lockdowns of 2021 

 

Paula Harrowing. Photographer, Activist, Advocate.  Has spent many years been active and creative in the LGBQTTIA+ Community and wider.

 

Making and creating space for Many members in the Community from her work as a Club Promoter, Co found of a Charity Body and Soul and Many Many other adventures.

One of the Voices that should be celebrated as Paula stood on the shoulder before Her so do many of the generation below stand on Hers.

 

 

 

 

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Second Season conversations with our Elders from the Community 

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 Same Same But Black To expand  audience, friends and members of  inclusive community  QT-BIPOC+ of Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) looking for positive images of themselves in a positive and  safe environment. For community members that enjoy new content  and open discussions around them.  The feedback from the 1st season from local listeners and internationally was they had no idea that some communities existed in Aotearoa. It was beautiful to hear the voices of people from such far off places. 

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Ep:7  "I'm Just Older Darling"  A conversation with Everal Deans

Talking about Community, Identity, Living in Aotearoa, life during lock down during the Global Pandemic. 

Everall is an elder in the Caribbean Community and Rainbow Community.

Originally from England.

Describes him self as a Black British Jamaican New Zealander.

content contains #LGBQTIA+#Caribbean#Black#Travelling#Covid_19

Music by Bossa Nova Trap Groove by Mattijs Muller : Standard License from Premium beats

Host Michelle of Same Same But Black.co.nz

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Shirley Freeman Born in the Guyana move to England now lives in Aotearoa (Auckland)

Shirley is part of the Caribbean Community, is active in many community levels, Social worker, Advisor, Past Chair person of Waitakeree Ethnic Board, Member of the Southern Stars Steel Band. Activist Elder in many communities

#Activist#CarbbeanNZ#SSBB#BlackWomen#AucklandCityNZ#Elders

 

Host Michelle Same Same but Black.co.nz

Music by Bossa Nova Trap Groove by Mattijs Muller : Standard License from Premium beats

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George Schuster is Samoan/German and although retired now, was a teacher at Mt Albert Grammar for over 20 years. Father, Community leader and Elder. Husband 

 

Music by Bossa Nova Trap Groove by Mattijs Muller : Standard License from Premium beats

Host Michelle of Same Same but Black.co.nz

#Elder#Samoan#NZ#AucklandCityNZ#Activist

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