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Title Broadside, Vol. 13, No. 7, August 1982
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date August 1982
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript PAGE 2 BROADSIDE CALENDAR 2 - Women's Lobby Alliance meeting at #4 Chelsea Place. 6:30pm. 5 - Houston Area NOW business meeting. Office at #4 Chelsea 7:30pm. 11 - Spring Branch-Memorial NOW meeting at 7:30. see page 4. 12 - HANOW Program meeting. See page 7 for details. 21-22 - Minority Women's Convention at U of H downtown. 21 - "One widow & 11 maides" are dispatched from London to Virginia to be sold, for 120 pounds od tobacco each, as wives to the settlers. 1621. 22 - Ann Franklin, first Woman newspaper editor takes over at Newport Mercury (R.I.) 1762. 25 - Althea Gibson, tennis and golf star, born 1927. 26 - 1920, the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote is ratified. Know as "Women's Equality Day" or "Women's Suffrage Day." 26 - Women's Suffrage Day at UT School of Public Health hosted by the Houston Area Women's Center. Film "She's Nobody's Baby" will be shown. Admission is free. Wine & Cheese & Sisterhood. The address is 6905 Bertner but it is tricky to find. There is a light at the intersection of Holcombe & Bertner. Enter the building from parking area. 27-29 - Texas State NOW Convention at the Hilton Inn in Austin. By-law changes, workshops, elections, 8 Fun. SPECIAL DATES IN AUGUST 6-20 year old American Gertrude Ederle is first woman to swim the English Channel, 1926. Her time was 14 hours, 39 minutes. 13 - Lucy Stone, abolitionist and suffragist, born 1818. SEPTEMBER 26, NOW/PAC Walkathon for more information see page 1. NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY The Washinton-based National Women's Education Fund has picked 19 cities, including Houston, for a series of seminars to teach women how to "Do More Than Talk Politics." The meetings will emphasize campaign organization in an effort to get more women elected to public office. The seminars are open to men as well - if they share the fundamental goal of increasing the influence of women in public life. The Houston session is Sept. 11-12 at the University of Houston. Contact your NOW chapter for more details.