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Breakthrough 1976-02 - Page 15. February 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5266/show/5264.

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(February 1976). Breakthrough 1976-02 - Page 15. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5266/show/5264

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Title Breakthrough 1976-02
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date February 1976
Description Vol. 1 No. 2
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
Physical Description 16 page periodical
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Digital Collection Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters
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Gretchen Davis Stephens, Three Greenway Plaza East, suite 1130, 626-2770. Job Openings at Breakthrough - Circulation Manager - Fulltime. Responsible for bulk mailing of monthly newspaper, distribution of papers to local and state bookstores and newsstands, coordinating circulation drive, handling new subscriptions. Salaried. Advertising Director-Fulltime. Innovate a total advertising program. Service new accounts, develop new accounts, initiate a promotion drive for paper, and coordinate an account executive system. In addition to a weekly salary, commission will be paid. Call Breakthrough office, 526-6686. Cartoonist Needed-- Breakthrough is looking for ideas for a feminist cartoon strip. Send written ideas or art work to Breakthrough. HAFFCU: Houston Area Feminist Federal Credit Union's annual meeting will be held March 11 at 7 p.m. in Capital National Bank's auditorium. The purpose of this meeting is to report on the current status of HAFFCU and elect board and credit committee members. Use entrance on 1300 block of Travis or 900 block of Polk. WOMEN'S HEALTH CLASSES: Self-help classes about birth control, vaginal infections and VD, the menstrual cycle, and breast and cervical cancer are starting soon. Call Glenna Cloud formerly with the Feminist Health Center in Berkley at 523- 6994 for more information. WORD FOR WORD: A poster that lists ten common expressions which show discrimination against women in employment is a fund raising project for the Chicana Caucus of the Texas Women's Political Caucus and the Houston Inner City Chapter of NOW. One example of discriminatory language: "He climbed the ladder to success," but "She slept her way to the top." Send $1.00 (postage paid) to Gloria Guardiola, 2507 Richton, Houston, Texas 77006. EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP: A one-day workshop on employment compliance will take place March 6 from 9 to 4 at the Embassy Room, UH Student Center. It will be an intensive educational training seminar for women interested in the area of employment discrimination. The workshop is free to all Houston Area Chapter NOW members. For more information, call Nikki Van Hightower, 782-5914. creative hardrraae ewe ry fflSHI, SILVER, TURQUOISE, CORAL WOOD, AND OTHER NATURAL OBJECTS NECKLACES MADE TO ORDER McQuire Enterprises 5012% Chenevert Houston 77004 713-526-6714 wholesale and retail Wanted: Feminist Speakers- Breakthrough is anticipating a Speakers Bureau. We need the names of feminists who are knowledgeable in specific areas: legislation, minority women, credit, housing, lesbian rights, older women's needs, education, abortion, health care, media and all other areas that concern women. If you feel you can provide a service by speaking on any one or more of these issues before community, business, school, and civic groups, please write Breakthrough. Child Care at Rice-Rice University provides no child-care facilities for its faculty, staff or students. The Child Care Task Force of the West University Chapter of NOW is interested in establishing an on-campus child care center to serve the needs of the Rice community. If you are in any way associated with the University and would like to help us get started, please call Debby Apple at 665-0823. Feminist Study Group forming, to read and discuss feminist nonfiction. Call Lynne Mutchler for time and place of first meeting. 667-6932. PREPARATION FOR GRE- SAT: Dr. Alice E. Whatley of the UH Continuing Education Department is coordinating workshops in math, vocabulary, and in test preparation for people planning to take GRE or SAT examinations. A math refresher workshop is offered on six Wednesday mornings, Feb. 25- March 31, from 9:30-11:30 AM. ($40.00 per person). A vocabulary enrichment workshop is offered on four Wednesday afternoons, Feb. 25- March 17,12:15-2:15 p.m. ($30 per person). A study techniques workshop is offered on two Wednesday afternoons, March 24-31, 1-3 p.m. ($15 per person). For further information call Dr. Whatley at 749-4182... DIRECTORY OF WOMEN'S MEDIA: The Index-Directory is the only up-to-date (as of- December 1975) national list of women's media in the U.S. Includes over 150 women's periodicals, over 30 women's presses, as well as news services, columns, radio-tv groups and programs, video-film-theatre, speakers bureaus, bookstores. Available from Media Report to Women, 3306 Ross PL, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20008. $6. WOMEN AND THE LAW CONFERENCE: The seventh national conference on Women and the Law will be sponsored by the Women and Law Caucus of Temple University School of Law, March 12-14, 1976. For information write Women and the Law Conference, 1719 North Broad Street, Pa. 19122, or call (215) 787-8946. illustrato/designer house of colemon 713/523-2521 Pit-cooked meats Home-style vegetables Opening March BIG TIMBER BAR-B-Q n—n—n Brittmore and Old Katy Road Owners-operators, Gay Cosgriff, Jim Ward INSURANCE PLANNING FOR WOMEN 3701 Kirby Drive, Suite 1166 Houston, Texas 77006 BUS. 526-2391 HOME 723-4646 15