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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>
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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 are 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>
  
 
==Personnel==
 
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*Dr. [[Morgan Healey]]
 
*Dr. [[Morgan Healey]]
 
*[[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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===Past Staff===
 
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*[[Teresa Buckthought]]
 
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*[[Jenn Jones]]
 
*[[Jenn Jones]]
*[[Anya Nidd]]
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Latest revision as of 01:59, 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 are 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

Past Staff

The following have also worked for the organisation:[2]

Receiving Award from Keith Locke

Four of the Muse Collective members received the SROW Elsie Locke Award for 2010 at the New Horizons for Women Trust Awards ceremony at Parliament on 6 September 2010. The award commemorates the life and work of Elsie Locke and was presented to them her son, Green Party MP Keith Locke.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Muse Feminist Magazine website (accessed on Sept. 30, 2010)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Muse Feminist Magazine website: Collective (accessed on Sept. 30, 2010)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Muse Issue 1, Spring 2005