Saturday 8 February
The second annual OurMarch was lead by legendary queer kiwi activist Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MNZM. Ngahuia was followed by a group representing Pride in the Cook Islands, where homosexual acts still remain illegal.
There was also a notable visibility of corporates within this year’s march. Among them,...
It's been years since religious protesters made their vocal presence felt at Auckland Pride events, but today they returned to protest OurMarch on Queen Street.
The second annual OurMarch saw an increase in both the number of marchers and the number of spectators who people who had turned up to...
OurMarch attendance doubles previous year's estimates.
Crowd control official tells express, "we counted 6,000 leaving Albert Park, with roughly 1,500 having joined by time it turned the corner on to Queen Street."
The second annual OurMarch was lead by legendary queer kiwi activist Ngahuia Te Awekotuku MNZM (the first Moari woman...
Saturday 9 February
Photos: Tux Hika
Auckland Pride’s inaugural ‘#ourmarch’ attracted 3000 people including participants in the march and attendees of the Myers Park celebration that followed, according to the March’s producer Richard Green. The march which followed the ‘graduation route’ from Albert Park had a grass routes feel. Over thirty...
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