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NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1983-07 - Page 10. July 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 21, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1119/show/1110.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1983-07
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date July 1983
Description Vol. 11 No. 7
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • National Organization for Women--Periodicals
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Language English
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Transcript EDITORIAL COMMENT !!!!!!!!! On July 7» 1985* the Bay Area Chapter of the National Organization for -Women will hold its program meeting at 7:30 PM at A Uniting Church in Clear hake City, What is the program you ask? The program is not a program. For the next three months, we will be going through a heavy evaluation. Will we or Won't we disband Bay Area NOW? If you think that is easy to type you are sadly mistaken. 'It is imperative that each and every member be at this meeting. For quite some time there has been a growing dissatisfaction about the lack of attendance and support for our chapter. The few members that have put in all the energy, time, and concern for this Chapter are tired. Some of us are just plain angry. We have 109 members on our roster. One Hundred and Nine members that are committed to the idea of EQUALITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL PERSONS. Where, then are these people to assist in our struggle of Chapter survival??! All we ask from you is to give Bay Area NOW three (3) hours of your time each month. It is not too much to ask of people that are committed to the ideals NOW stands for! ! Those people v/ho have been carrying the load of Chapter activities deserve time to rest, share the load and the joys of Bay Area NOW, and enjoy life also! Have we alienated some of you? Are you bored or overwhelmed by our meetings? Do we need a different focus? We need and want to know! ! These next three (3) will be sort of a major Consciousness Raising for the Chapter. We are going to discuss and analyze where ( if anywhere) we are going and what ( if anything) we are doing. If you do NOT care enough about Bay Area NOW then there is a great possibility that WE V/ILL FOLD. If that saddens you or makes you angry then I have made the point. Be at the meeting or the demise of the Chapter will be on your shoulders!!!!!!!! NOW president says women determined to defeat Reagan WASHINGTON (UPI) - The president of the National Organization for Women says the 250,000-member group is determined to help defeat President Reagan in the .1984 election because he "has been a disaster for women." The perception of public support for Reagan "is confused because he seems such a nice man. It is time to end that confusion," NOW President Judy Goldsmith said Thursday in a speech at the National Press Club. "The funding decreases, the rule changes and the program abolitions proposed or implemented by Ronald Reagan since he took office are not the actions of a nice man.'' she said. Ms. Goldsmith, 44, said the "gender gap," the fact that Reagan's enjoys proportionately less support from women than from men, will be a major factor in the election. Although NOW has not endorsed any candidate for president, Ms. Goldsmith said, "Given present political realities, women are more likely to move in the direction of the Democratic Party." She said all the major candidates for the Democratic nomination are "light years ahead" of Reagan.