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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 4 BROADSIDE COMPROMISE I want to wake up tomorrow to the news that the revoIut i on is over; quiet, bloodless, and over. We should wake tomorrow to the news that the ERA is not even needed, that there is no such thing as a "non-traditional job", that universal, non-sexist childcare is available to all, that the concept of people before property is a reality, that the control of our bodies is once again ours and the AMA has been forcibly disbanded, that entire communities of of women and children exist without fear, that woman-loving has replaced misogyny. That' s what I want. Here's what I'll settle for. I'll settle for waking up tomorrow, open i ng my door, and taking my place within the ranks of the millions of women block ing all streets with our sheer numbers, letting the other 47.9%know that we won't be divided ever again. from "Love Song to the Warriors" by Oriethyia available at HEIDI'S "The Women's Voting Bloc" will be the topic of a speech by Sissy Farenthold on August 16. See enclosed Flyer. ********************************** SPRING BRANCH - MEMORIAL There was a good turnout for the July 14 meeting, quite a few new faces, ready to get involved to get the ERA ratified in this next effort, Although old friends where missed. Since the ERA had been reintroduced that day in both the house and the senate, it made us all feel really good. Welcome to those who came for the first time and hope to see you at the next meeting on August 11. It will be at 12847 Butterfly Lane at 7:30pm. Call Mary Helen Merzbacher, 465-7398 for directions. We will be selecting a delegate and an alternate for the National NOW convention, so it is important all members come. September and October meetings will be at the Spring Branch- Memorial Library at 930 Corbindale on the second Wednesday of the month. 7:30pm. ********************************** Thanks to Aileen McMurrer from TARAL for the July program. We learned a lot about what we need to do to secure women will always be able to obtain a safe and legal abortion. We must help motivate the large number of pro-choice, but inactive segment of the population. Call Aileen to set up a house meeting, 520-0850.