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Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18 - Pages 19 and 20. November 18, 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4155/show/4137.

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(November 18, 1977). Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18 - Pages 19 and 20. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4155/show/4137

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Title Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18
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Date November 18, 1977
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Transcript Seneca Falls South Stage Saturday, November |9 1^77 SENECA FALLS STAGE is produced by Barbara Price of Women in Production; sound by Margot McFedries of Together Sound; lighting by Leni Schwendinger of Lighten Up; stage management [by Jennifer James. 9 a.m. Bring Her Back Alive: Our Pertinacious Foremothers! Music and drama with the Co-Respondents. 10 a.m. Get Physical: Self Defense and You Karen Sprintzin Rubin, first degree black belt, Tae Kwon Do. 10:30 a.m. Poetry Perspective Joanie Whitebird and Diana Chang. 11:30 a.m. Seneca Soapbox Soapbox oratory, 3 minutes for 15 persons. Moderator, Wilma Scott Heide. 12:30 p.m. Seneca Falls Jamboree Maggie Savage and Jude Fogelquist, Ann Lane, Maxine Feldman. 2:45 p.m. Life Styles: A Panel on Women's Choices Jean Lipman-Blumen, moderator. Jackie St. Joan, Beverly Everett, Joan Goodin, Ronnie Haggerty, Jesse Bernard, Jinx Melia and Libby Koontz. 3:45 p.m. Dance Rathna Kumar and Ballet Folklorico. 4:15 p.m. The Politics of Women's Studies Presented by Dr. Florence Howe. 4:35 p.m. Mime Time Suzanne Fox. 5 p.m. Seneca Soapbox Rhea Mohica Hammer, moderator. |6 p.m. 200 Years Sojourn Through Fashion KVomen of Albuquerque, New Mexico. J7:30 p.m. Seneca Falls Revue Maya Angelou, M.C. With Cryer & Ford, Harrison & Tyler, Holly Near and Mary kVatkins, and The Deadly Nightshade. Sunday, November £ II1977 20 also T'ai Chi Yoga Devi Dance 9 p.m. [Chris Mancini Gauri Devi 9:45 a.m. Black Ensemble 10:30 a.m. Women's Salon Poetry and readings with discussion. Olga Broumas, Deena Metzger, Valerie Miner, Gloria Orenstein, Erika Duncan, Karen Malpede. 1:30 a.m. Seneca Soapbox Diane Gallagher, moderator. 12:45 p.m. Classical Seneca Falls Emma Goldman, soprano and Gladys Norris, accompanist. Cambiata soloists: Isabelle Ganz, Carolyn Plummer, Margaret Bragg, Wayne Brooks, Robert Deutsch, Linda Watson and Richard Nunemaker. 2:15 p.m. Comedy Workshop 3:15 p.m. Seneca Soapbox Carmen Delgado Votaw, moderator. 4:15 p.m. Dance Jeanie Spinks and Rozlind Lively, Laura Fly, Christy Miller, Space Dance Theatre. 5:30 p.m. Seneca Falls Finale Ivy Bottini, Kristen Lems, Ginni Clemmens To be announced Revue Vfomens Artspace 19 Saturday, November |*J 1977 The activities in WOMEN'S ARTSPACE are jointly sponsored by the Women's Caucus for Art and the National Coalition of Women's Art Organizations. Thanks also to Elloise Schoettler from the National IWY Commission. 10 a.m. Films: Brides, Muriel Magenta and Spring Comes to Upstate New York, Barbara Jo Revelle. Discussion with the filmmakers. 11 a.m. Slide Game 11:30 a.m. Video Film: Arlene Raven and Ruth Iskin (Film courtesy of Horsfield/Blumenthal, Chicago, Video Data Bank, Chicago Art Institute.) Slides: Women's Art Work 1:30 p.m. The Artist in the Schools: Slide presentation. Narration by Terzani Beverly. 2:00 p.m. Strategies for Gaining Recognition and Rewards: Panelists: Mary Garrard (D.C), Jo Hanson (Calif.), Charlotte Robinson (Va.), Arlene Raven (Calif.), Cynthia Navaretta (N.Y.). Moderator: Elloise Schoettler (Md.). 3:30 p.m. Improving the Status of Women in Art: Success Stories. Panelists: June Wayne (Calif.), Miriam Shapiro (N.Y.), Howar- dena Pindell (N.Y.), Dorothy Hood (Tx.), May Stevens. Moderator: Charlotte Robinson (Va.). 5:45 p.m. Video Film: Agnes Martin (Film courtesy of Horsfield/Blumenthal, Chicago, Video Data Bank, Chicago Art Institute.) Sunday, November 2Q 1977 9 a.m. Hospitality 9:30 a.m. Video Film: Louise Bourgeois (Film courtesy of Horsfield/Blumenthal, Chicago, Video Data Bank, Chicago Art Institute.) 10 a.m. Slides 1 p.m. Status of Women in Art in the Southwest: Moderator: Eleanor Tuft. Panelists: Marcia King, San Antonio, Tx; Trudy Sween, Houston, Tx; Muriel Magenta, Tempe, Az.; Ann Holmes, Houston, Tx.; Judy Urutia, San Antonio, Tx. 2:45 p.m. Slides: Women's Art Work 3 p.m. Video Film: Ellen Lanyon (Film courtesy of Horsfield/Blumenthal, Chicago Video Data Bank, Chicago Art Institute.) 4 p.m. Slide Game 4:30-5:30 p.m. Open Film Festival Be Yourself Saturday, November IJJ 1977 Sunday, November /Jj 1977 9 a.m. Survival Strategies for Women's Organizations. Jennifer Fleming, Philadelphia. 10 a.m. Kum Baya (Come By Here). A listening and counseling service provided by Houston-area women. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Get Physical: Self Defense. Karen Sprintzin Rubin, First Degree Black Belt, Tae Kwon Do. Group discussion and physical participation. Learn what to do when physically threatened, how to avoid unsafe situations and how to protect your home and family. 12:30-1 p.m. Reclaiming Our Bodies and Our Lives. Corky Bush, University of Idaho. Slide show with music dramatizing a positive image of women. 1-2 p.m. Kum Baya 2-3 p.m. Outdoor Women Slide Show. Images of women participating in outdoor activities. White water canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, mountaineering, angling and hunting. Emphasizing women's capabilities and competence. 3-4:30 p.m. Get Physical: Self Defense 4:30-6 p.m. Kum Baya THEATER I Room 211/West Hall Saturday, November IQ 1977 and VJS Sunday, November 9ft 1977 9 a.m. Does Anybody Need Me Anymore? Fay Kanin, writer. Maureen Stapleton plays an older wife in an Italian working class family who examines her life. 9:45 a.m. Choices By New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women. Jean Jordan, director. Documentary on men and women in non-traditional jobs in New Mexico. 10:30 a.m. Amelia Earhart By CBS News. Newsreels about her life set in the context of women's history from the suffrage movement to WWII. 1:15 a.m. A Question of Justice Miriam Bucher, writer/producer. International women lawyers agree on needed legal reforms for the women of the world. Noon i. Nobody's Victim Vaughn Obern, director. Obern and Ellen Barker, writers. Personal safety and how to avoid or meet danger of rape. 2:35 p.m. Images of Country Women By Lucyann Kerry. Portraits of four rural women in West Virginia, including a farmer. 1:20 p.m. Salt of the Earth Herbert Diberman, director. Michael Wilson, writer. A searing portrayal of sex, ethnic and class conflicts in the Southwest, when Chicano miners go on strike. 3:15 p.m. Alice Neel Producer/director, Nancy Baer. The 76-year-old portrait painter and mem ber of the American Academy Arts and Letters. 4:15 p.m. Sugar 'N' Spikes By Carol Cole, Rosemary Wiesner and Tom Klinkostein. A balanced presentation of views on the move to integrate school sports and Little League. THEATER I Monday, November 91 1977 9 a.m. The Sooner the Better Produced by the Non-Sexist Child Development Project of the Women's Action Alii ance. A model non-sexist nursery school. 9:45 a.m. In The Best Interests Of The Children By Frances Reid, Elizabeth Stevens and [Cathy Zheutlin. Interviews with lesbian mothers who fought in court to retain custody of their children. 11:45 a.m. Old-Fashioned Woman Producer/director, Martha Coolidge. The (life of an 87-year-old New England woman. 12:45 p.m. IWY Conference o.By Beatrice Milwe for Wom- s International League for Peace and Freedom. The 1975 conference in past Berlin attended by non-governmental organizational representatives from 135 'countries. THEATERH Room 219/West Hall 9 a.m. Yudie By Mirra Bank. The life and spirit of an old Jewish woman who never married. 9:35 a.m. North American Indian Women's Association Conference. Jules Baker, director/producer. Helvi Kailari, writer /production assistant. A document of Indian women's efforts to organize around common needs and interests. 10:10 a.m. Union Maids By Julia Reichert. The efforts of three women to unionize workers in the 1930s is explored through old newsreels and interviews with the women today. 11:15 a.m. Breaking Out of the Doll's House y Joseph Losey. Jane Fonda plays Ibsen's Saturday, November 1JJ 1977 and on Sunday, November £[] 1977 12 Noon i is for Important David Berliner, Gloria Golden and Lisa Hunter, producers. The sex role biases of teachers, kindergartners' fear of role reversal and emphasis on beauty in girls. 12:30 p.m. Womanpower: International Women's Year Conference By Claire Kaplin and Mark Robbins. Re lates scenes from the IWY conference in Mexico City and the Tribune to scenes from lives of women around the world. 1 p.m. The Emerging Woman By Lorraine Gray, Roberta Haber, Melanie Maholick and Helena Solberg-Ladd. The history of the American women's move ment in old documents and newsreels. 1:55 p.m. Joyce at 34 By Joyce Chopra and Claudia Weill. A study of the conflict between career and ichildrearing and two generations' views of the women's movement. 2:45 p.m. Pride in Belonging By the U.S. Armed Forces. The role of women in the armed forces. 3: 30 p.m. How We Won the Vote Nancy Gager, writer; Ray Hubbard, producer. History oi tne suttrage movement and origins of ERA shown through old news- reels and interviews with the surviving women suffragists. 4.45 p.m. Decade of Our Destiny By Bettina Cork for the National IWY Commission. The link between the U.N. Decade for Women and the state and national women's conferences. additional film showings Are You Listening by Martha Stuart Communications Inc. Stuart, an independent television producer, will bring: Women Business Owners; Household Technicians Women Who Have Had an Abortion; Women Who Wouldn't Have an Abortion; Key Women at International Women's Year; Women in Management; Men Who are Working With Women in Management; Jamaican Women; Couples Who are Sharing Responsibilities, and others. Discussions with participants in the shows; taping of live interviews; information about how they have worked to change the image of women in the media. Saturday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. & 2:30-4:30 p.m., and Sunday, 2:30- 4:30 p.m. Related Events Friday, November IX 1977 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Equal Rights Ratification Assembly. Hyatt Regency. Sponsored by the National Federation of the Business and Professional Women's Association (BPWA). For Pro- ERA BPWA members. ERA update, panel of national organization presidents speaking on IWY and ERA. Credentials required. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Seminar at the University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work. Social Services for Women: The Feminist Perspective. Course, On Attainint Personhood: The Female Perspective for Counselors and Psychotherapists. Examination of areas that hinder or enhance growth. Therapeutic techniques. Friday & Saturday, $25. Registration at 8:30 a.m., or call 749-1513. Reita A. Troum, instructor. Saturday, Noven*er |9 1977 7 p.m. Militant Forum: IWY and After-How Women Can Win. Speakers: Olga Rodriguez, Willie Mae Reid and Evelyn Reed. Christ Church Cathedral. Corner Texas & San Jacinto. Sunday, November ^(|1977 8:30 a.m.10 a.m. Interfaith Worship Service at Rothko Chapel on the University of St. Thomas campus. Private buses will take delegates to the service. 11 a.m. The Women's Group of the First Unitarian Church sponsors feminist band Jubilee (Austin, Tx.) and speakers Cecilia Preciado de Burciaga, IWY Commissioner and Assistant Provost for Faculty Affairs at Stanford University; and Midge Costanza, Special Assistant to the President. 5210 Fannin 1 p.m. Militant Forum: Feminism and Socialism. Speakers: Elizabeth Stone, Socialist Workers Party; Cathy Sedwick, Young Socialist Alliance. Christ Church Cathedral. Corner of Texas & San Jacinto. 2 p.m. Film: The Word is Out. About gay women and men. Rice University Media Center. University & Stockton. 3 p.m. Film: The American Woman: Portraits of Courage, narrated by Patricia Neal. The 10 women featured are Sybil Ludington, Deborah Sampson, Abigail Adams, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Belva Lockwood, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Mother Mary Harris Jones and Rosa Parks. Followed by a panel discussion on women's history. Sponsored by the National Conference of Christians & Jews, Houston region. Downtown City Library, 500 McKinney. 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Open House at The Bookstore. Honoring June Arnold and Bertha Harris. 1728 Bis- sonnet. Women only. Monday, November 21, 1977 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. P.E.N. Regional Conference. For writers, poets, critics and editors. University of Houston campus. Thru Tuesday, with topics ranging from "New Directions in Contemporary Fiction" to "Dealing with the Eastern Literary Establishments." Donald Barthelme, Ishmael Reed, Max Apple, Susan Sontag and Grace Paley are among panel speakers. Free. Call 749-3431. Tuesday, November 991977 8 p.m. Benefit Party for the U.S. Women's Olympic Volleyball Team. Gilley's Club, 4500 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena. Mickey Gilley, country singer, and the Red Road Express. $7/single, $12.50/couple. For tickets, call 472-4141. For Schedule of Studies In American Women and Briefings From the Top, see page 28. 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