Kiran Dass reviews Fifty Years a Feminist


Kiran Dass reviews Fifty Years a Feminist for Kete. 

The book is action-packed as she sweeps through her career highs and tireless battles on behalf of all women for equality at home and at work. From her early years as a sheltered debutante in Wellington to her introduction to student politics at Victoria University where she had her political awakening, her work for the United Nations in New York, and her fascinating time as a reporter, director and producer, to her 12 years in parliament as a Green MP, Kedgley is an absolute powerhouse, a person who during decades has made things happen and has fought for equality for all women along the way.’

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