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The '''Muse Feminist Magazine''' is a free zine produced by a small voluntary collective of women living in Wellington, New Zealand. They pro-abortion and consider "access to safe, legal abortions to be a basic right for all women".<ref name=website>[http://musemagazine.org.nz/ Muse Feminist Magazine website] (accessed on Sept. 30, 2010)</ref>
 
The '''Muse Feminist Magazine''' is a free zine produced by a small voluntary collective of women living in Wellington, New Zealand. They pro-abortion and consider "access to safe, legal abortions to be a basic right for all women".<ref name=website>[http://musemagazine.org.nz/ Muse Feminist Magazine website] (accessed on Sept. 30, 2010)</ref>
  
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*Dr. [[Morgan Healey]]
 
*Dr. [[Morgan Healey]]
 
*[[Lou Wallace]]
 
*[[Lou Wallace]]
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===Other Contributors===
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*[[Pat Rosier]]<ref name=issue1>[http://musemagazine.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/Issue-1-MUSEsmall.pdf Muse Issue 1, Spring 2005]</ref>
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*[[Amy Revell]]<ref name=issue1>
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*[[L. T. Louie]]<ref name=issue1>
  
 
===Past Staff===
 
===Past Staff===
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*[[Teresa Buckthought]]
 
*[[Teresa Buckthought]]
 
*[[Jenn Jones]]
 
*[[Jenn Jones]]
*[[Anya Nidd]]
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*[[Anya Nidd]], ND MH (Naturopath and Medical Herbalist)
 
*[[Rachel Service]]
 
*[[Rachel Service]]
 
*[[Erin Polaczuk]]
 
*[[Erin Polaczuk]]

Revision as of 01:58, 30 September 2010

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The Muse Feminist Magazine is a free zine produced by a small voluntary collective of women living in Wellington, New Zealand. They pro-abortion and consider "access to safe, legal abortions to be a basic right for all women".[1]

Personnel

As at 30 September, 2010, the following worked for the organisation:[2]

Other Contributors


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