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The Wand 1991-10 - Page 3. October 1991. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 18, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5346/show/5339.

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(October 1991). The Wand 1991-10 - 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/5346/show/5339

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Title The Wand 1991-10
Publisher Womynspace
Date October 1991
Description Vol. 7 No. 10. On some pages, comic strips have been digitally obscured to protect owner's copyright.
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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The .aim of this workshop is to attract women from various cultures, to open a cross- cultural dialogue on the basic situation of women in Houston, through out the United States, and around the world. Participants will look at the greatest strengths and worst obstacles women face. Discussion will focus on the cutting edge issues (which could range from suffrage to ending domestic violence, to examining women's refugee status). Are there workable ways uniting women in Houston with women around the world? Among the participants in this workshop will be women from different cultural backgrounds, communities and countries who will present present background statements about their original communities and the status of women there. Topics covered will include motherhood, education, economic opportunities, war, peace, hunger, literacy, child and women abuse, grassroots organizing, women's cross-cultural exchange and host family' programs. The emphasis here will be on the individual voice of a woman focusing on social, cultural, economic, political and personal realities,not as official representatives of any country. This workshop is offered through the + Leisure Learning program and will be ♦ presented by Rose Mburu on Saturday, \ October 12. fas. Mburu holds a master ♦ degree in public administration and J a BS in psychology/sociology. She ♦ worked with the Kenyan government for X four years, coordinating grassroot ♦ national and international agencies in x the areas of social welfare, economic X activities, and organizing workshops T and seminars.She was involved in coor- \ dination of the International Confer- J ence on the End of Women's Decades in + Kenya in which over 14,000 women from ♦ all over the world participated. J ♦ "Is Sisterhood Global" will be presented A in the Greenway Plaza area for $15. For more information about how to register and on other classes of interest call the Leisure Learning Program at 877-1981. Can Condoms Protect Us From Unsafe Politicians? Reuters News Service, Washington, D.C. - AIDS activists covered the roof of conservative Sen. Jesse Helms' suburban home with a huge inflatable condom on Sept. 5 to protest the N.C. Republican's attempts to cut funding for the disease, police said. A sign saying "A condom to stop unsafe politics. Helms is deadlier than a virus" accompanied the balloon-like device, inflated with blowers. Police tore down the imitation condom after about 15 minutes. No arrests were made. CREATING CHANGE CONFERENCE 1991 The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute will present the fourth annual "Creating Change11 Conference, a weekend of intensive skill building and networking, Nov. 8-11 in Alexandria,VA. Creating Change 1991 offers thorectical debates on the critical issues facing our community,informative and interactive workshops,provacative keynote speeches, caucuses and special interest meetings, and much more. 63 workshops arranged in thematic tracks will cover issues such as sodomy law repeal, Lesbian & Gay health, building statewide organizations, aiedia advocacy, Lesbian & Gay families, and QrgaLnizing against violence. In just three years, the Creating Change conference has become the preeminent forum for Lesbian and Gay activists to acquire new skills and exchange ideas. The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute is a civil rights organization committed to grassroots organizing, technical assistance - public education to end > based on sexual orientation and discrimination For more information about the 1991 conference or the Institute write: NGLTF Policy Institute 1734 - 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20009-4309 CALUNG ALL VOLUNTEERS - THE ALTERNATIVE HOUSTON PROUD Now, Houston gets its chance to play host to women from all over the U.S. November 1-3, 1991, the Sixth National Women's Choral Festival comei to our town. If you've ever attended Michigan Women's Music Festival or Southern Women's Music and Comedy Festival or any of the others, you know that many volunteer staff members are needed to make a festival successful. This event is no exception to that rule and HeartSong, the hosting chorus, is asking for your help. CALL LIZ-686-1735- TO VOLUNTEER or call (202)332-6483.