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NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1981-10 - Page 2. October 1981. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5887/show/5876.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1981-10
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date October 1981
Description Vol. 9 No. 10
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • National Organization for Women--Periodicals
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  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • National Organization for Women--Periodicals
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Transcript COORDINATOR CORNER October 1st can be a BIG day for the ERA - with your help. National is asking each Chapter to make a special effort to recruit ERA supporters for the Message Brigade on that day. We need you to get out into shopping areas, street corners, wherever there are a lot of people, to sign up those who support womenfs rights. There will be a training session to help you practice how to be effective in doing this on Wednesday, September 30 at my home (2002 Richvale, CLC) at 7:30 p.m. PLEASE call me if you can come that night and devote about 2 hours on Thursday, October 1 to this important effort. Our goal is to sign up 25 Message Brigade people per Chapter member by the end of the year. These people's names go to Headquarters in Washington, and when crucial votes aire upcoming in unratified legislatures, Action Alerts are sent out so that letters can be sent to appropriate legislators to influence them to vote to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. This effort on October 1 should give us a big boost toward that goal. Call me now! 488-3278 Letters need to be sent immediately protesting the nomination of Dr. C. Everett Koop as Surgeon General of the United States. He is not only totally unqualified for the job, but he holds extremist views regarding birth control and abortion that are completely detrimental to women. Further information Is enclosed. The Kathy WhitirJLre campaign needs volunteers to do phoning to find out who supports her for Mayor. Daytime and evening workers are needed. If you cam devote even 2-3 hours a week, it would be most appreciated* NOW does not make official endorsements of candidates, but as individuals, we can help a candidate for office who is supportive of our political views. Whitmire appears to be supportive and many of us as individuals are helping her campaign. If you wish to help, call Nancy George at 7^7-5197> Be sure to attend the October program meeting. We will be discussing our new proposed by-laws at the business meeting after the program and we need your inputs. Also, there will be self-nominations for office for the year starting January 1. If you would like to have a larger role in how the Chapter is run, come to the meeting, find out what the responsibilities of office are, and volunteer your services. It is very rewarding, particularly now at this critical time in history when we must fight very hard to retain what rights we have gained and fight twice as hard to make further gains. DON'T LET OUR RIGHTS BE GAINED WITHOUT YOU - DON'T LET IHEK BE LOST BECAUSE OF YOU! Minutes, Business Meeting, Sept. 16 Pat Kuhlmann convened the business meeting at 7:35 PM at 1529 Bonanza. Members present were Bonnie Huval, Susan Labb, Jeanne Salatan, Dorothy Howard, Evelyn Brennan, and Rema Lou Brown. Kuhlmann announced that Freddie Chiddix had a video tape of JoAnne Evansgardner and Pat's appearance on Alma Newsomes1 TV program. Freddie will offer members an opportunity to view the tape if they will contact her soon (554-2437). It was suggested that it would be valuable if a member would put together an index of video tapes members had that they would share. Pat will ask for a volunteer to index available tapes and the list will be published in the newsletter. Pat announced that the telephone tree will be available soon and will be circulated in the newsletter. For Equality, Dorothy Howard outlined the dues renewal process. She needs either a member's renewal notice from nation- .al (preferred) or the label from an issue of NOW TIMES and $35*00. The members approved by consensus the expenditure of $100.00 to purchase sales supplies for fund raising. Susan Labb will file the order and accept delivery of the merchandice. Dorothy was instructed by the consensus of the members to contact Bell Telephone to delete unauthorized long distance charges from the NOW phone bill. The major portion of the meeting was a review of the proposed chapter bylaws. The bylaws were approved for submission to the membership for acceptance at the October program meeting. Submitted, Rema Lou Brown