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Leah Newman interviewed by Shirleene Robinson in the Marriage equality oral history project
Bib ID 7580720
Format AudioAudio [spoken word]
Author
Newman, Leah, 1980- interviewee
 
Access Conditions Written permission required for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2018 February 4 
2 sound files (approximately 78 min.) 
Series

Marriage equality oral history project.

Notes

Recorded on 4 February 2018 in Dulwich Hill, New South Wales.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Index/Finding Aid Note Summary not yet available. 
Subjects Newman, Leah, 1980- -- Interviews.  |  Australian Marriage Equality.  |  Gay rights -- Australia.  |  Same sex marriage -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia.  |  Gay couples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Robinson, Shirleene, 1977- interviewer

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