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Houston Breakthrough 1980-02 - Page 30. February 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/371/show/368.

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(February 1980). Houston Breakthrough 1980-02 - Page 30. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/371/show/368

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1980-02
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date February 1980
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript HOUSIS OI= CCI=I=I=I= I3IEANS Where women make policy and coffee! 2520 Rice Blvd. In the Village 524-0057 10-6/Mon-Fri 10-5/Sat Closed Sun a Whenever we're out of the office, the Breakthrough phones are answered courteously and your messages are taken efficiently 24 hours a day by OF HOUSTON a woman owned business • CALL FORWARDING • RADIO PAGING • LIVE ANSWERING SERVICE central office 4215 Graustark northeast office 4215 Graustark southwest office 3221 Fondren northwest office 1234S Kingsride 524-3985 691-2088 781-3413 467-2111 rs HMiVMMi ROBERTA K. TILLINGHAST, PRESIDENT Houston • Galveston • San Antonio • Corpus Christi BREAKTHROUGH ON THE AIR Here are just some of the newsmakers who have appeared on the show: Kay Allen Benejean Kring Gloria Barrajos Nabilia Cronfel Birch Bayh Michelle Lees Sue Bennett Karen Loper Antoinette Boecker Linda Lovell Carol Brown Gail Padgett Judy Chicago Marilyn Perryman Pat Corrigan Adele Santos John Eudy Cheryl Saunders Eric Gerber Gloria Steinem Ellen Goodman Celia Teresa Peggy Hall Shirley Warshaw Nikki Van Hightower Kathy Whitmire Lucy Keller Helen Wils Join co-hosts Nancy Lane Fleming and Rita Saylors each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. onKPFT-FM,90.1. Art and Our City is a series of lectures to acquaint Houstonians with some of the organizations and officials who are working to develop an effective and active artistic climate in this city. The lectures are brown-baggers, presented by the Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. School of Art of the Museum of Fine arts and begin at 12:15 p.m. in the auditorium of the art school, 5101 Montrose. The lectures are free. Speakers include John Blaine, director of the Cultural Arts Council (February 20) and Eugene F. Loveland, chair of the Combined Arts Corporate Campaign (February 28). For more information call 529-7659. What will you tell future generations when they ask, What were YOU doing when people were fighting for the ERA? There are less than 1000 days (214 years) to ratify the ERA. Most state legislatures only meet in the first two to five months of the year; that cuts the actual time for action to about nine to 12 months. Jan Stevens, treasurer of Houston Area NOW has started an ERA Action Team. With your permission, they will write or send public opinion mailgrams in your name to public officials expressing support for the ERA. Below is an ERA Permission Card which you can fill out and send to: ERA ActionTeam, c/o Jan Stevens, 6726 Desert Rose, Houston TX 77086. For further information or to volunteer help on the team, call Stevens at 455-2220 or Jeanne Saletan, 471-2862. A 1980 World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women will be held July 14 - 30 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The conference is often referred to as the Mid-Decade World Conference on Women, since it will take place at the halfway mark of the UN Decade for Women, 1975-1985. Employment, health and education will be the themes of this conference. Other agenda items include: effects of apartheid on women in South Africa; review of progress made in attaining the objectives of the World Plan of Action in the first half of the Decade for Women; and program of action for the second half of the Decade. For more information contact Vivian Derryck, Room 1004, Department of State, Washington D.C. 20520, or call 202-632-9016. Dr. Joe! Rauch, an advocate of 'The New Nutrition" movement will speak on Nutrition of the Whole Person at a meeting of the Holistic Health Association, Monday, February 18 at 7:30 p.m. at HL&P's Energy Information Center, 2121 W. Loop South (between San Felipe and Westheimer). The effects of food and chemicals on the body, proper food preparation, hair analysis and nutrition and emotions are included in the holistic approach. Rauch will address the role of nutrition in the balancing of mind, body and spirit. For further information call 223-3330. ERA PERMISSION CARD Last Name First Name Telephone Number Address City/State/Zip Name that telephone is listed under I support ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and oppose rescission by any means. I also oppose any attempts to delay or complicate the ratification process. I therefore authorize the National Organization for Women (NOW) to use my name as often as deemed necessary to write public officials and opinion makers indicating those viewpoints. I will acknowledge that I have granted this permission if asked, and I understand that I may receive replies from said officials and opinion makers through the mail. YES NO (circle one) I also give permission to NOW to send public opinion messagegrams or mailgrams and charge my phone (listed above) at a maximum cost of $3.00 each. This authorization shall remain effective for one year from the date indicated below. Please circle the number of mailgrams you wish sent: 12 3 4 5 per month but not to exceed a total of • Your signature Date □ I want to do more for ratification—let me know what I can do to help. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH 30 FEBRUARY 1980