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Working Class Women's Liberation Newsletter (1978-?)


"Set up in Jan '78 because they were pissed off with middle class crap. Appears 6 times a year, and their circulation is higher than any middle class feminist would expect. Distributed: subs. A different group does the newsletter each time, so it rotates. Takes about 50 hours to produce one. It is easy for women to get involved, also since they are demystifying the publication process. It is aimed at working class women's liberationinists, and provides contact, info, interest, impetus, support. They invite contributions from working class women, and sometimes reprint material from abroad, and from expensive books etc which they many working class women can't afford. No contributions from men."

- Information from the "Directory of Women's Liberation Newletters, Magazines, Journals...", by Dena and Shaila (York, UK), c.1978


United Kingdom
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Grassroots media in Europe
Women's Liberation Movement