Fifty Years A Feminist

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Kedgley, Sue 

In 1971, Sue Kedgley and other members of Auckland University Women's Liberation carried a coffin into Albert Park to take a stand for women's rights. She has been an activist ever since.

She helped bring Germaine Greer to New Zealand in 1972, worked for women's equality at the United Nations, made documentaries and wrote books about women's issues, and was a crusading Green MP.

Now, 50 years after that protest, she tells the story of feminism in New Zealand and its intersection with her own remarkable life.

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