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Platinum Pride Parade and Picnic

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the Rogers Community Television coverage of the 1998 Vancouver Pride Parade entitled "Platinum Pride". Parade hosts are Joanie, Russel Baskin, Doug Austing and Sister C. The Rogers footage is followed by a recording made by Amazing Video Productions. Parade participants include: Dykes on Bikes; Knights of Malta; Vancouver Pride Society; Jones Soda; Z95.3 FM; Vancouver Lesbian Connection; Asian Nation (winner of best float); Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG); YouthCo.; Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus; Vancouver Police; Squares Across the Border; Egale (Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere); A Loving Spoonful; The Christ Alive Metropolitan Church of Vancouver; Svend Robinson; Vancouver Men's Chorus; Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium; Hedy Fry; Outlook and Rogers Community Television; Celebrities Cabaret; Out in Surrey; Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation; Prime Timers; Developmental Disabilities Association; Dufferin Hotel; Renaissance Christian Church; LEGIT (Lesbian and Gay Immigration Task Force); BC Hydro; The Centre (Donna Wilson); Kentucky Fried Chicken; Tim Stevenson and Ujjal Dosanjh; Denny's on Davie; City of Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation; Numbers; AIDS Walk Vancouver; Pride UBC; Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Collective; Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society; Out and About; City Councilors - Alan Herbert, Nancy Chiavario, Sam Sullivan and Gordon Price; Gay and Lesbian Business Association; The Templeton; B.C Bears; Balloon Action; B.C Transit Employees; Raelian Religion; Habitat; Queer FM; Royal Hotel; The Odyssey Nightclub; Out on Screen; Dogwood Monarchist Society; Theatre Positive; Xtra West; Triangle Recreational Campground; Mary's Diner; Denman Fitness; Co-op Radio; Heritage House Hotel; Vancouver Leather Alliance; Union Pride; The Rainbow Concert Band; Friends for Life; Vancouver Gay and Lesbian Volleyball Association; Doll and Penny's; The Fountainhead Pub; Diesel; Miss Gay Vancouver Island; and Womyns Ware. The video includes cutaways to footage showing float building, the Gay Pride Sports Picnic at Prospect Point and interviews with Carol Pope, Jim Deva, Stan Weese, Janine Fuller, Svend Robinson, Karen Bitz, Terry Wallace, Gary Penny, Mary Brooks and Laura McDermot.

A proud odyssey 2001

Item is a videocassette containing Shaw TVs coverage of the 2001 Pride Parade. Hosts are Michelle Simick, Carlotta Gurl and Doug Austin. Pride Parade participants include Dykes on Bikes, Knights of Malta, Vancouver Pride Society, Thea Gill, Chief Constable's Diversity Advisory Committee, Mayor Phillip Owen, Strathcona Community Centre, Out in Surrey, Theatre Cares, Arts Club Theatre, Pacific Canadian Association of Nudists, Virgin Megastore, Wett Bar, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, A Loving Spoonful, Hedy Fry, Family Pride, Primetimers Vancouver, Vancouver Burrard Constituency Office, Linda Reid, Christy Clark, Lorne Mayencourt, Little Sisters Bookstore, Menopausal Bitches, The Rainbow Concert Band, Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society, West End Slo-pitch Association, Co-op Radio, BC Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf, Interactive Male UC Media Inc., Moon Bean's, Egale Canada, Gordon Neighbourhood House, Joe's Grill, Bay Area Bisexual Network, Royal Hotel, Out on Screen, Healing Our Spirit BC, Pacific Sun Co., Dignity Vancouver, Integrity Vancouver, Christ Alive Metropolitan Church of Vancouver, Vancouver Fringe Festival, Dufferin Hotel, Gay and Lesbian Business Association of Vancouver, Gay and Lesbian Food Bank Society, Dr. Peter Centre, Youthquest, Somos, BCPWA, Elbow Room Cafe, Gone Rubbish Removal, The Pumpjack Pub, North Okanagan Gay and Lesbian Organization, Hominum, Gay Fathers Association of Seattle, Mulit Union Pride Committee, Rainy City Men's Chorus, Christ Church Cathedral, West End Farmers Market, The Centre, The 411 Seniors Centre Society, Denman Fitness, Kookoo Design, Green Party, Gay Vancouver Bowling League, Spartacus Athletic Club, English Bay Swim Club, Denny's, Vancouver Men's Chorus, Westender, Number's Cabaret, Heritage Vancouver, AIDS Vancouver, National Gay Pilots Association, The House of Venus, First United Church, Musaic Marching Kazoo Band, Miss Gay Vancouver Michelle Dorial, Mardi Gras Canada, Alberta Rockies Gay Rodeo Association, Xtra West, Pacific Rim Curling League, Festival of the Babes, The Fountainhead Pub, The Lotus Hotel, Developmental Disabilities Association, Vancouver Island Brewery, World Gym Fitness Centre, Mister BC Leather, B.C. Bears Society, The Cutting Edges Gay Hockey Club, Odyssey Nightclub, Dogwood Monarchist Society, Squares Across the Border, TBB Productions, Diesel Jeans. Footage includes commercials.

Leather Werx grand opening fashion show

Part is a recording of the Leather Werx grand opening fashion show at Leather Werx, sponsored by Western Canada Leather Pride.

Contents index:
(2:00) Wayne Duquette (?) (co-owner of Leather Werx)
(3:00) Simon (co-owner of Leather Werx)
(4:15) Fashion show - leather jackets
(11:40) dresses/skirts (rubber, vinyl)
(14:20) pants/shorts, vests, chaps, bodices, jocks, accessories
(40:10) Wayne - thanks sponsors (Tapestry Vintage Clothing), thanks models and crew, thanks Aaron and Gus

[Coming out show 1993 - Side A]

Part contains audio recordings of radio shows. Side A begins with a song by Janice Ian, and continues to an interview with Rob Atkinson by Brian Nunez about his involvement with the Pride Parade presented by 'This Way Out, International Gay and Lesbian Radio Magazine'. The next radio segment is called News Rap for the week ending June 26, 1993 and is hosted by Cindy Friedman and John [Bocray]. The recording concludes with a small segment of the 'Coming Out Show' followed by music.

Quarantine Forum

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of a panel discussion on the topic of Bill 34 and AIDS quarantine legislation. The discussion was organized by the Vancouver Gay and Lesbian Community Centre. Panelists include Ken Smith, Bob Tivey, Marie [Arrington] and [Bette Cecil] with ASL interpreter Linda [Franke]. The recording begins with presentations by the panelists and follows with audience questions and comments.

Pressure Point : a victim of hate : lesbian and gay youth : the search for a safe space

Item is a videocassette containing the television program "Pressure Point" hosted by Brad Newcombe. This episode contains two segments. The first is entitled "A Victim of Hate" and includes an interview with Pablo Jones about violence against the LGBTQ community in Vancouver. The second segment feature interviews with Rhamona Con-Browning (Co-ordinator of Youth-quest) and Matthew Martins (Gay and Lesbian Community Centre) speaking about LGBTQ youth, their challenges and programs in the Greater Vancouver area.

Kecia : words to live by

Item is a videocassette containing the documentary written, produced and directed by Peter von Puttkamer entitled "Kecia: Words to Live By." The documentary tells the story of Kecia Larkin, her experience contracting AIDs and her work raising awareness of the disease in First Nations communities, both urban and rural. The film includes interviews with Kecia Larkin, Myra Laramee, Randy Lewis, Dr. Jay Wortman, Sylvia Maracle, Gerry Ambers, and Keith Larkin. The film also includes footage taken at the Moravian First Nation Youth Conference and the G.L.F.N. Forum. The film was produced by Gryphon Productions Ltd. for the National Association of Friendship Centres.

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