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'''Oblivion''' was a zine published out of Seattle, WA by Jestapher and Nemomancer. Ten issues were published between 1995-2001. The focus of the zine was youth rights, each issue contained legislative and news stories dealing with the rights of youths, as well as editorials, stories and a large letters column. Eventually the editors took their mission to a higher level, while they stopped publishing the zine, they became a nonprofit youth rights organization with 501c3 tax-exempt status and exist to this day tracking youth rights issues with volunteers and publishing news and opinion on their website.
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'''Oblivion''' was a [[zine]] published out of Seattle, WA by Jestapher and Nemomancer. Ten issues were published between 1995-2001. The focus of the zine was youth rights, each issue contained legislative and news stories dealing with the rights of youths, as well as editorials, stories and a large letters column. Eventually the editors took their mission to a higher level, while they stopped publishing the zine, they became a nonprofit youth rights organization with 501c3 tax-exempt status and exist to this day tracking youth rights issues with volunteers and publishing news and opinion on their website.
  
 
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==External Links==

Revision as of 19:30, 30 March 2007

Oblivian #7 cover

Oblivion was a zine published out of Seattle, WA by Jestapher and Nemomancer. Ten issues were published between 1995-2001. The focus of the zine was youth rights, each issue contained legislative and news stories dealing with the rights of youths, as well as editorials, stories and a large letters column. Eventually the editors took their mission to a higher level, while they stopped publishing the zine, they became a nonprofit youth rights organization with 501c3 tax-exempt status and exist to this day tracking youth rights issues with volunteers and publishing news and opinion on their website.

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