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NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-10 - Page 1. October 1973. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5702/show/5700.

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(October 1973). NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-10 - Page 1. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5702/show/5700

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-10
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date October 1973
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Transcript All Our Mona Lisas Awaken NOW NEWS October, 1973 Bay Area Chapter National Organization for Women KILBEY ADDRESSES 3AY AREA N.O.W. IN ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL N.O.W. Board calls election The bylaws governing all chapters of the National Organization for Women call for the election in due time of a president, vice- president, secretary and treasurer for each chapter* The board of the Bay Area chapter of N.O.W. has designated the business meeting, Thursday, October 14, for nominations for these positions . Candidates for these offices will come from self-nominations on the floor at the time of the meeting. Election of officers will take place at the business meeting in November. They have a choice. But do they know? Career forum for highschool women A new task force, Alternatives for Young Women, held its first meeting Wednesday, October 3t to discuss a career workshop scheduled for February* In addition to filling an often neglected need to advise young women in the types of career a- vailable, this workshop will serve to introduce these women to the Bay Area chapter of N.O.W. and to the ideas of feminism* The workshop will seek to provide pointers and practical in- foraation on the opportunities for women in business and professional fields. Our members are employed in a variety of occupations and can contribute useful suggestions appropriate to the studentfs area of interest in a career* It is time that we concern ourselves with the consciousness raising of women at a younger age, while they are still in the process of setting the direction their lives will most likely take. Biis task force is planning a pamphlet promoting careers for women and will eventually gather material to publish a manual on career alternatives for young women. For further inforaatio; tact Julie Walker, 468 Dr. Marlyne Kilbey, clinical psychologist at the University of Houston and in private practice, spoke to 40 women attending the October 4 program meeting of Bay Area N.O.W, on wThe Psychology of WbmenH. Discussion of male and female psychology and their relation to physio- ogy highlighted the presentation! Dr. Kilbey addressed the problems of normal and abnormal chromosomal and hormonal influences on both male and.female development. CcHiibining facts and good humor, Dr. Kilbey described the development of female anatomical characteristics as ltNaturefs Basic Plan11, with the supplementation of testosterone required to change the system from female to male. Dr. Kilbey is a leading feminist speaker and is a member of the National Board of N.O.W. "WOMEN IN POVERTY" NEXT PROGRAM A Panel on Women in Poverty is set for the next program meeting of Bay Area N.O.W. scheduled for November 1. Members of the Panel will include Rejoice Ricks, teacher in the Dunbar School in. Dickinson and a past director of a day care center in Galveston County, and Larry Wilkinson from the College of the Mainland. Wilkinson ha$ cqn^iled surprising statistics on pover- ty in Galveston County. Home base, good ole Houston, Tex site for the 197^ N.O.W. Nation*L scheduled to be held on Memorial Weekend. The Conference will be held at Astrohall. As oe-hosts to this major feminist event, lots of planning and volunteers from the Bay Area chapter are needed. Interested? Contact Marlyne Kilbey, Poppy Northcott or phone the Wbmenfs Center in Houston*