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Celebrating Chinese children festival : photo album

Item is an album of photographs by Leong Dong Bing of events that took place as part of the Celebrating Chinese Children Festival held in Vancouver in April 1943 to raise money for Chinese war refugees. The album is addressed to a school in New Westminster.

Green Thumb : theatre for young people

"As Green Thumb Theatre for Young People enters its 18th season, we offer you a passport to a realm where all is possible - where there are no limitations - a passport to your dreams. We invite you to share the dreams of the very best writers, actors, and directors, opening young eyes, inspiring young imaginations and enlightening young hearts and minds. Welcome to the world of Green Thumb - a world where dreams just might come true."

Package of promotional and informational brochures, leaflets, newsclippings, programs, etc. related to Green Thumbs programming and operations.

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.

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.

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