Q List

Auckland Pride 2022- the start 5 conversation with BIPOC community members about selection of Film/Music/Artist that inform their Queerness The Q-List An exploration of Queer intersectionality Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile. This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community.

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Wednesday Feb 23, 2022

The Q-List An exploration of Queer intersectionality   Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  Kara Areta Alice Beckford Ngāti Whakaue, Jamaican-Maroons she/her/they/them/ia A Black (afro-Caribbean) Māori (Ngāti Whakaue) takatāpui Queer moko, daughter, sister, friend and partner. Kara is a mental health and LGBTQI+ advocate, poet and over-thinker  who is writing her PhD thesis on the capacities of BIPOC communities in Aotearoa to be well and live full radical lives. She is persistent in the pursuit of healing, love and wellness as social justice for the communities that she belongs to, including herself. Some of her favourite things are being on her marae, watching b-grade films, kittens, babies, deep and meaningful conversations with strangers and playing her new 1950’s  fire red Fender Squire electric guitar! Some of her favourite people, past and present, are her mum, siblings, grandparents and hot Bajan fiancé.

Wednesday Feb 23, 2022

The Q-List An exploration of Queer intersectionality Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  Songs Lauryn Hill’s entire Miseducation album is quite phenomenal. It gives me power and hope while also making my want to cry.  https://open.spotify.com/album/1BZoqf8Zje5nGdwZhOjAtD : Album    - I will clear a dance floor with ‘Doo Wop’  Lauryn Hill - Doo-Wop (That Thing) (Official Video) - I will cry listening to ‘Tell Him’ Lauryn Hill - Tell Him (Audio) - I go into a trance listening to ‘Nothing Even Matters’ Lauryn Hill - Nothing Even Matters feat. D'Angelo I grew up on indie and rock in my teenage rebellion years.  My favourite Indie rock song is by Biffy Clyro- their first album Blackened Sky- specifically the song  ‘questions and answers’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3XM0WtW7Uo   - Stormzy’s ‘cigarettes and cush’, ‘shut up’  and the diss track he did about Wiley are fire. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLXQHThL3FU I’m not much of a reader but  Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche’s ‘Half of a yellow sun”’  https://www.bookdepository.com/Half-of-a-Yellow-Sun-Chimamanda-Ngozi-Adichie/9780007506071?redirected=true&utm_medium=Google&utm_campaign=Base1&utm_source=NZ&utm_content=Half-of-a-Yellow-Sun&selectCurrency=NZD&w=AF7CAU998CSBM7A8V3XD&gclid=Cj0KCQiA6NOPBhCPARIsAHAy2zBOBhPbZPTiJNEJ0vZCOxi4EJ__Xov9cR40zQCt_rdlhwrLTf0qeRMaAhBFEALw_wcB We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TEDxEuston   ‘Purple Hibiscus’, Chinua Achebe’s  https://www.amazon.com/Purple-Hibiscus-Chimamanda-Ngozi-Adichie/dp/1616202416 ‘Things Fall Apart’ Akala’s ‘Natives’ https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36352480-natives    educated me on all things race and colonization in the UK and Nigeria. They are also major influences in my life, like have changed my narrative and heightened my understanding of identity politics.half of yellow sun   Films that influenced me -  ‘Disclosure’  https://www.netflix.com/nz/title/81284247    ‘Paris is Burning’  PARIS IS BURNING Trailer really made me think about the race and queer intersection.

Tuesday Feb 15, 2022

Same Same but Black is proud to present at PRIDE 2022 A conversation with Rafiqah  The Q-List An exploration of Queer inter-sectionality Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore inter-sectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT- BIPOC and the wider Queer community. Rafiqah Sulaiman Binti Abdullah is a 30 year old Filipina muslim  transgender woman from Manila. She is a social justice advocate based in Tamaki Makauru tackling racism, xenophobia and raising awareness on achieving mental health well being, LGBTQIA+ rights and social equity. She is eclectic in her music tastes, enjoys a buffet of world cuisine, an appreciator of nature’s diversity,  a makeup lover and passionate for culture and justice. 

Wednesday Feb 09, 2022

Same Same but Black is proud to present at PRIDE 2022 The Q-List with Donald Hollingworth  An exploration of Queer intersectionality Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community. Donald Hollingsworth  NgatiHine Ngapuhi Takatapui, Gay, Queer. Donald a style makeover king or queen, depending on the day, working in fashion, television and celebrity for the last 35 years. Growing up in a tourist town, Rotorua, Aotearoa, he grew up battling the locals because of his natural effeminacy. In 1987 when Aotearoa introduced a gay and lesbian law reform at aged 16 Donald was there protesting. Lover of Electronica and 80s boy bands and pop art.

Tuesday Feb 01, 2022

The Q-List  All links are on www.samesamebutblack.co.nz  An exploration of Queer inter-sectionality Each interviewer selection of or either talks on the impact of these items have on their lives Through music, film, art and books with a conversation ,  Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore inter-sectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile. Vinod is a 23-year-old Indian man who is passionate about making positive change for our communities. He grew up in Ngaruawahia and completed his primary, secondary and tertiary education in the Waikato region. He is passionate about ensuring our communities get the outcomes they deserve, whether that we greater visibility or better material outcomes. People of Colour, statistically speaking, are the largest LGBTTIA+ group on earth and yet, if one were to look at popular queer culture, you would be hard pressed to see this reality. Vinod is a part of the LGBTTIA +QT BIPOC rights movement because he wants to change this. He has an interest in legal and policy advocacy for queer and trans People of Colour, both here in Aotearoa and overseas, and is looking to work on global law reform so LGBTTIA+ QTBIPOC can have their rights realised. My three Q List texts are: Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, a Hindi film about a lesbian woman who comes out in rural Punjab, in the setting of a play; Loaded by Christos Tsiolkas, a book about a young Greek gay man who is unfomfortable with his homosexuality and therefore, indulges in substance abuse, casual sex with men who demean his sexuality, etc; “Beta” by Rakesh Ratti published in Yaraana: Gay Writing from India by Hoshang Merchant, a poem that discusses the challenge between "desire" vs "duty."

Tuesday Jan 25, 2022

Same Same but Black is proud to present at PRIDE 2022 The Q-List An exploration of Queer intersectionality Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community.

Sunday Jan 16, 2022

The Q-List   An exploration of Queer inter- sectionality Each interviewer selection of or either talks on the impact of these items have on their lives Through music, film, art and books with a conversation ,  Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore inter-sectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community.

Sunday Jan 16, 2022

The Q-List   An exploration of Queer inter- sectionality Each interviewer selection of or either talks on the impact of these items have on their lives Through music, film, art and books with a conversation ,  Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore inter-sectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community.

Sunday Jan 16, 2022

The Q-List   An exploration of Queer inter- sectionality Each interviewer selection of or either talks on the impact of these items have on their lives Through music, film, art and books with a conversation ,  Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore inter-sectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile.  This is an online series giving voice to LGBTQIA and QT BIPOC and the wider Queer community.

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Q list

 

The Q-List

An exploration of Queer intersectionality

 

Each week during PRIDE 2022 we explore intersectionality through the experiences and stories of the people we profile. 

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