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Daily Breakthrough, November 18, 1977 - Page 17. November 18, 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 29, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4155/show/4135.

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Title Daily Breakthrough, November 18, 1977
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date November 18, 1977
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript WHQ'SNNHO WHQ'SNNHO WHQ'SNNHO Sylvia Clute (Goochland, Va.) is an attorney in private practice. She is founder, chairperson of the board and attorney of The Women's Bank in Richmond. A former Peace Corps Volunteer, Clute taught English as a second language in a small village in the Himalayas and spent three months teaching Tibetan refugee children in Kath- mandu. She has experience as an employee relations specialist involved in union contract negotiations, instructing management and employees in conducting a union election and in counseling blue and white-collar occupational groups. As an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Technical Advisor for Reynolds Aluminum in 1974 and 1975, Clute assisted in technical and legal aspects of corporate equal opportunity and affirmative action programs, helped formulate corporate defense to discrimination complaints and worked to educate corporate personnel in federal employment regulations. In 1976 she received an Outstanding Young Woman of America award. Lucy Freibert (Louisville, Ky.) is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Louisville. She holds a B.A. from Spalding College, an M.A. from St. Louis University and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. After graduate school, she entered the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and for 20 years taught in elementary, secondary and college-level institutions staffed by the order. Freibert is a charter member of the National Organization for Women, the Women's Political Caucus, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Reproductive Freedom League, the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights and Catholics for Free Choice. She has presented papers at the Berkshire Conference (on the history of women), the Twentieth Century Literature Conference, the Conference on Female Offenders and the Kentucky IWY Conference. In addition, she is a frequent speaker at NOW meetings, leadership conferences and on television talk shows. MORESKY FREIBERT Lana Moresky (Cleveland, Ohio) began her career as an elementary school teacher, but has devoted the past seven years to women's issues. From 1971 to 1976 she held offices in the National Organization for Women, culminating with the National Board of Directors. She founded the Ohio NOW Education Task Force, started 17 NOW chapters in Ohio in one year and was the national NOW organizer for the ERA in Florida. Currently a member of NOW's Economic Sanction Committee, she works to convince organizations to pull conventions from unratified states. In other related areas, Moresky developed a slide show to illustrate sex stereotyping in primary readers and has filed an informal complaint with the FTC against three television and six radio stations in Cleveland for race and sex discrimination in employment. Her additional honors include being named one of "Cleveland's 11 Most Powerful Women" in Exit Magazine (1975), a listing in Women's Organizations and Leaders Directory (1975- 76), receipt of the Susan B. Anthony Plaque for outstanding service to NOW (1975), and appointment to the Ohio Attorney General's ERA Implementation Task Force on Sexism in Education. Odessa Smith (Detroit, Mich.) is the International Director of an organization she founded, The Illegitimate Chil: dren's Liberation of the World. She originated the idea over 30 years ago and has worked with the Michigan legislature and through the media to remove the stigma from children born out of wedlock. "I hate the word minority," Smith says. "If we get all the minorities together, we have a majority." SMITH Doris Roldan (Middletown, Conn.) is a Spanish Affairs Program Specialist. She is a member of the Connecticut Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, the Women's Educational and Legal Fund and the Connecticut Talent Assistance Cooperation. Roldan is founder and chairperson of MUJER. ROLDAN Lenore Whitman McNeer (Montpelier, Vt.) is chair of the Vermont delegation and a native of Logan, W. Va. Hers is a history of diverse interests and varied occupations and dedication to causes as broad as the Peace Corps, the Child Welfare League of America and training Episcopal Clergy in a Human Relations Laboratory. She holds an A.B. from Berea College, an M.A. from the University of Chicago and an Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts in Human Services and Mental Health Administration. She has been honored by Who's Who in American Colleges and WHITMAN MCNEER Universities, Great Teacher (American Association of Junior Colleges), Who's Who Among American Women, Who's Who in Community Services, Who's Who in the Library of Human Resources, Who's Who in the United States and Women's Organizations and Leaders. She has also received the Outstanding Educator Award and the Norwich University Publications Award. To show the diversity of the delegates elected to the National Women's Conference, Breakthrough asked each state IWY coordinator to select three of her state's delegates for a "Who's Who" feature. From each state responding, one delegate was chosen to appear in this issue. Biographical material was submitted by the delegates themselves. To All Attending The National Women's Conference Vyn behalf of the people of Texas, welcome to Houston for what has been called "the most important women's meeting of the century." JDest wishes for a highly successful conference. DOLPH BRISCOE Governor of Texas Political Advertising, paid for by The Briscoe Committee, David A. Dean, Treasurer, P.O. Box 2174, Austin, Texas 78768 John S. Dunn Helistop and Hermann Emergency Center Hermann Hospital is proud to serve you as the designated Emergency Center for the International Women's Year National Conference. Hermann Hospital, the primary teaching hospital for The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, is the home of the Life Flight air ambulance—the only helicopter transport system in Texas. Hermann Hospital The University Hospital 1203 Ross Sterling Ave. Houston, Texas 77030 (713) 797-4011 PAGE 16 NOVEMBER 18, 1977 DAILY BREAKTHROUGH