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The Wand 1989-12 - Page 3. December 1989. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 1, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4555/show/4548.

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(December 1989). The Wand 1989-12 - Page 3. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4555/show/4548

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Title The Wand 1989-12
Publisher Womynspace
Date December 1989
Description Vol. 5 No. 12
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  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript Why Are We Voting For Craig Washington For Congress? Because He's Voted For Us Since 1972, Even When It Was A Lonely Fight. • Texas Legislative Task Force on AIDS • Amicus Brief to Uphold Roe v. Wade • Sponsor of Sexual Harassment Legislation • Hate Crimes Bill Sponsor • Vandalizing a Place of Worship Legislation Sponsor • Sponsor Affirmative Action Legislation • Sponsor of Minority & Women Owned State Contracts Legislation • Minority & Women State Appointees • Opposition to Death Penalty • Supporter of Amnesty International • Supporter of Single Member Responsive Judicial Districts • Expanded Minority & Women Participation in State Government • Supporter of Disability Legislation • Stopped Mandatory Real Estate Disclosure of AIDS Condition • Regulated HIV Testing by Insurance Companies • Required HIV Statistics by State Board of Insurance • Sponsored a Dozen Bills Dealing with AIDS • Fought for Meaningful Affirmative Action • ACLU Honoree • Texas Women's Political Caucus Honoree • Houston Gay Lesbian Political Caucus Honoree • Texas Human Rights Foundation Honoree • Protector of Women Reproductive Clinics • Planned Parenthood Honoree • Human Rights Campaign Fund Honoree . Since 1972 Fought for Repeal of Section 21.06 in Every Legislative Session. We have a clear choice in the race for the 18th Congressional District. We can elect a man who has championed our rights when it was not popular to do so—or we can elect someone whoonly follows when someoneelse leads. OurCongress, however, already has enough followers. These are tough times. They call for leadership. They call for Craig Washington. Stand with us—and the groups that endorse Craig including the National Organization for Women, the National Abortion Rights Action League, the Harris County Women's Political Caucus, and the Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus. Cast your vote for Craig Washington on November 7th. B.J. Anderson, Pokey Anderson, Kathy Aubin, Gertrude Barnstone, Barbara Becker, Pamela Berger, Marjon Bryan, Zinetta Burney, Kathy Butler, Yvette E. Calloway, Erma Carey, Mary R. Carr, Janet Casstevens, Jane Cherry, Mary Jane Connolly, Cathy Courtney, Joan Coyle, Pat Cramer, Mimi Crossley, Debra Danburg, Algenita Scott Davis, Carolyn Farb, Sissy Farenthold, Joy Fitzerald, Peggy Foreman, Phyllis Frye, Pat Gandy, Cynthia Germand, Dara Gray, Licia Green, Sherry Griffiths, Peggy Hall, Margie Harris, Lillie Henley, Linda Hudson, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Marcia Johnson, Mary Helen Kannady, Pat Lane, Lee Lannoo, Mary Leal, Marsha Livingston, Sue Lovell, Ann Lower, Gabrielle McDonald, Elizabeth McMahon, Karen Mahoney, Mary Helen Merzbacher, Nancy Molleda, Linda Morales, Patricia Ann O'Kane, Helen Ortiz, Annise Parker, Carmen Pollock, Alice Rains, Janie Reyes, Rita Rodriguez, Sandra Shafto, Beulah Shepard, Gloria Vernita Smith, Jeanne Sommerfeld, Joellen Snow, Rev. Chris Steele, Kitty Sullivant-Kahn, Mary Tellez, Josephine Thibodeaux, Eleanor Tinsley, Phyllis Tucker, Ella Tyler, Diane Umstead, Desmar Walkes, Lucille Washington, Wendy Watriss, Kim Willis, Cicely Wynne POLITICAL AD PAID FOR BY CRAIG WASHINGTON FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE ARE MY HANDS CLEAN? I wear garments touched by hands from all over the world 35% cotton. 65% polyester, the journey begins in Central America In the cotton fields of El Salvador In a province soaked in blood, pesticide-spraved workers toil in a broiling sun Pulling cotton for two dollars a dav Then we move on up to another rung—Cargill A top fomr trading conglomerate, takes the cotton thru the Panama Canal Up the Eas«ern seaboard, coming to the U.S. of A. for (he first time In South Carolina At the Burlington mills Joins a shipment of polvester filament courtesv of the New jersev petro-chemical mills of Dupont Dupont strands of filament begin in the South American country of Venezuela Where oil riggers bnng up oil from the earth for six dollars a dav Then Exxon, largest oil company in the world Upgrades the product in the country of Trinidad and Tobago Then back into the Caribbean and Atlantic Seas To the factories of Dupont On the way to the Burlington mills In South Carolina Salvador In South Carolina Burlington factories hum with the business of weaving oil and cotton into miles of fabric for Sears Who takes this bounty back into the Caribbean Sea Headed for Haiti this time May she be one day soon free Far from the Port-au-Prince palace Third world women toil doing piece work to Sears specifications For three dollars a day my sisters make my blouse It leaves the third world for the last time Coming back into the sea to be sealed in plastic for me This third world sister And I go to the Sears department store where 1 buv my blouse On sale for 20% discount Are my hands clean? Composed for Winterfest. Institute for Policy Studies. The iyrtcs are based on an article by Institute fellow John Cavanagb, The Journey of the Blouse: A Global Assembly Lyrics and music by Berntce Johnson Reagon Songtalk Publishing Co. &1981 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO INKLINGS OUR FAVORITE FEMINIST BOOKSTORE CELBRATES ITS FIRST YEAR HEARTSONG OPENS TO NEW MEMBERS HeartSong,Houston Women's Community Chorus will accept new members during the month of January, 1990. Women interested in joining the chorus need not have trained singing voices, just a love of music and a desire to share that love with other women. Join HeartSong on any Monday in January (as early in the month as possible) at the First Unitarian Fannin at Southmore, (the Sojourner Truth at 7:00pm. For more joining this exciting call Nancy Busch at Church 5210 Room 11 & 12 Room) upstairs information on group of singers 522-1747. --Jason Bell Age 17 PAGE 3