Broadsheet was a leading voice of the women's movement in New Zealand. It was produced by the Auckland-based Broadsheet Collective from 1972 to 1997. It covered wide-ranging national and international concerns, including women's rights, sexuality, Māori sovereignty, health, crime, politics, class, abortion, and arts and literature.
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