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Transcript PRESIDENT'S CORNER We are very fortunate to have Mary Austin present our program on April 1. She will show a slide program that will be an eye-opener! You'll never look at an ad or commercial again without being alert to the psychological, social and sexual messages being conveyed. IMAGES OF WOMEN IN THE MEDIA, April 1, 7:30 p.m. Come and bring your friends. ERA Action Team - Sandy Anderson has very efficiently set up the Team which meets the 1st, 2nd and 4th Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and the 3rd Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Please call Sandy (554-6V16) and offer her at least three (3) hours a month. We are now Into the three-month countdown before deadline. We must do all we can in these final critical days. PLEASE!! Public Speaking Workshop - If there is a sufficient show of interest, we will run a workshop for public speaking skills, how to organize your subject, how to put your audience at ease, how to get your points across effectively and how to feel comfortable before a group. If you are interested, let me know at the meeting or call me. Abortion Alert - SJR 110, the bill that proposes a restrictive Constitutional Amendment, is out of Committee. This is the furthest that any proposed Amendment effort has gone. It is critical that our elected Representatives and Senators are informed strongly that any attempt to restrict or abolish women's reproductive choices is totally q / unacceptable. Please write or call now. (See Program Meeting Minutes, 2nd paragraph). \& MINUTES, BAY AREA NOW PROGRAM MEETING MARCH 4, 1982 President Pat Kuhlmann called the program meeting of Bay Area NOW to order at 7:43 PM. It was announced that Sandy Anderson, ERA Task Force Coordinator, was activating an ERA ACTION TEAM. Volunteers are needed for the phone bank and to write letters. The ERA Action Team meets at 1:3t> PM the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Mondays and at 1:30 PM on the Sunday preceding the 3rd Monday. Contat Sandy, 554-6416, to volunteer or for details about the needs of the ERA ACTION TEAM. Jeanne Saletan announced a REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS ALERT was received and asked for everyone to contact Senators Lloyd Bentsen and John Tower immediately to state personal opposition to any and all Congressional action that would limit a woman's reproductive choices. She also specified the need for letters to be written to Senators Joseph R. Biden, Jr., D-Del-, 456 Russell Senate Office Bldg., Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., 133 Russell Senate Office Bldg., and Howell Heflin, D-Ala., 3103 Dirksen Senate Office Bldg. All have the Washington, D.C. zipcode, 20510. All of these men serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Kathy Beard. Women's Resource Services Manager, announced news that WOMEN'S WEEK VI is scheduled at UH/CLC, March 29-April 2. B.A.NOW members are asked to contact her at 488-9216 to volunteer to work at the information table or for program information. Phyllis Tucker introduced Amy Hogan, Dallas NOW, who presented the slide show, "Straight Talk About Lesbians." The slide program was compassionate, understanding, and informative. Anyone interested in information on the availability of the slide program should contact Phyllis, ^44-0033. In the business meeting that followed, Bob Doughty informed the members of his and Mary McFadin's experiences at the Dallas meeting of the so-called Christian Roundtable, March 6. He noted that for professed Christians, the Roundtable members demonstrated an intolerance for those whose ideas were not in total conformity with theirs, and that they were noticeably lacking in compassion for others. Members were referred to Mary's news story in The Citizen. Evie Whitsett moved that B.A. NOW donate $50.00 to the Uniting Church of Clear Lake City in appreciation for the use of their building for our program meetings. Phyllis Tucker second the motion. The motion passed. After lengthy discussion by the membership, Rema Lou Brown moved that a special committe be created to propose possible strategies that, the chapter could use to demonstrate its support for the continuation and strengthening of the Women's Resource Service at UH/CLC. Judy Hoffman seconded the motion. The motion passed. Judy Snyder then moved that the chapter donate *50.00 to WRS as a scholarship for the.manager to augment the minimal stipend the university gives to the position. Bonnie Dombroski seconded the motion. The motion passed.