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Transcript MARCH 1 THURSDAY The Other Economic Summit, TOES, Meets be fore the governmental economic summit to present alternative recommendations for economic policy that benefit the people and the planet not the bureaucracy and corporations, 7:00 PM, The Fire- house, 1413 Westheimer, call Prentiss Riddle 668- 7974 2 FRIDAY Car Wash, Team Houston, 7:30 PM, Heaven, Pacific at Grant, call 520-TEAM for information 3 SATURDAY Pride Awards Nominations, last day for community groups to have nominations for this year's Pride Awards, mailing address, Box 542258, Houston, TX, 77254-2258, call 520-8902 for information 4 SUNDAY The Women's Group, S.K. Bardwell from the Houston Police Bureau will be the guest speaker, 'Women Making a Difference in Houston'. Reporter Bardwell will convey the history and evolution of the Houston Post's series 'Women in Fear' published last October. Many of us were s, 10:00 AM, at First Unitarian Universalist Church. 5210 Fannin, at Southmore, call 529-7329 for information Mothers' Support Web, A social gathering of mothers/partners and their children, together with womyn interested in supporting their needs (child- care ect), to find others with common interests and childrearing philosophies so that womyn can spin mutually supportive webs., 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 2nd floor, 5210 Fannin, call Nancy at 529-3362 for information. 6 TUESDAY Political Seminar, Will cover various political party rules covering the convention delegate selection process, how to participate and how to organize a precinct convention. Knowledgeable individuals from several local and state organizations will give short presentations a, 7:00 PM, Multi-service Center, 1475 W. Gray, call Dennis 741-7401 for information Wilde 'n' Stein, special discussion about gay and lesbian people running for poliltical office, Ray Hill will talk about his race and Annise Parker will talk about the election process and how to get involved in it, 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, KPFT, 90.1 FM, call 526-4000 for information 7 WEDNESDAY Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, 7:30 PM, Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 W Gray, for information call 521-1000 8 THURSDAY Free Sculpture Lecture, Local sculpture Diana Weeks will demonstrate and discuss artistic conceptualization, 7:00 PM, Montrose Library, 4100 Montrose, for information call Diana Weeks at 523- 2802 9 FRIDAY Absentee Voting, Last day to vote absentee, see story on page 4,49 San Jancito, call County Clerk Office at 221-6411 for information 11 SUNDAY FULL MOON The Women's Group, Lita Fike, poet, educator, occupational therapist and member of the Women's Group will bring to us, sine qua non, information entitled Recruiting Your Health Care Partner'. This is based on empirical experiences in Women's lives., 10:00 AM, at First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5210 Fannin, at Southmore. call 529- 7329 for information Special Womynspace Meeting. The topic is the focus and commitments of Womynspace, a continuation of discussion from the last meeting(s), at 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Inklings. [ (Not a pot luck. ) m Masque for AIDS Ball, special benefit for: AIDS Foundation/Stone Soup, Bering Foundation, Omega House, PWA Assistance Fund and HL/ GPC, Sponsored by Lesbian/Gay Pride Week, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Rich's, 2401 San Jacinto,1215.00, tickets available at many locations including: Inklings, Lobo, call 490-4484 for information 13 TUESDAY Election, For state representatives, county representatives, United States representatives, Governor, etc., 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, check city newspapers for your polling place, call 224-1919 for information Wilde 'n' Stein, join us for election coverage, 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, KPFT, 90.1 FM, call 526-4000 for information 14 WEDNESDAY Women's Network, Lesbians and the Law - How can we use the legal system to meet our needs? Connie Moore and Debra Hunt will join Women's Network to discuss legal issues which impact our lives as women, especially lesbians. Bring your friends and your questions., Montrose Counseling Center, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, 900 Lovett Blvd. 2nd floor, for information call 529-0037 Gay/Lesbian Hispanics Unidos (GLHU), 7:30 PM, Dignity Center, 3217 Fannin, call 880-GLHU for information Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus , board meeting, 7:30 PM, 900 Lovett, for information call 521- 1000 16 FRIDAY Breakthrough, Womyn's Music, KPFT 90.1 FM with Pokey Anderson and Cherry Wolf. At 8:30 AM a special interview with Patrica Hynes ecofeminest and aurthor of EarthRight, how on a personal level one can take positive steps on the envoriment, 8:00 AM to 11.00 AM, KPFT 90.1 FM 17 SATURDAY Lesbian Parenting Workshop is free, but a $1 donation for the meeting space at Inklings is requested. The workshop runs from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wear comfortable clothes, and bring a pillow. Licensed Professional Counselor Carla Bradley is giving the workshop. She is in private practice with a primarily lesbian and gay clientele. Call 863-9544 for pre-registration. 18 SUNDAY The Women's Group, Gloria Guardiola, a long time activist and business woman in our community will challenge us with Breaking Down Hispanic Stereotypes.' Another forum for us to celebrate our commonalities and differences., 10:00 AM, at First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5210 Fannin, at Southmore, call 529-7329 for information Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gay s, dis cussion on Religion and Homosexuality, Ministering to the Gay Community, Grace Lutheran Church, 2:00 PM, 2515 Waugh, call 952-2525 for information Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF), 2:00 PM, Autry House, 6265 S. Main AMIGA de Houston, holds its business meeting, with potluck dinner, 5:00 PM, Call 520-5667 for information. Regular Womynspace Meeting• Pot luck begins at 12:00 and meetinq at 1:30, at Inklings. 19 MONDAY Montrose Activity Center, Board meeting, public is welcome, 7:00 PM, Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 West Gray, call 529-1223 for information Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation , organization meeting, 7:00 PM, to be announced, call 523-6109 for information 20 TUESDAY Wilde n' Stein, Linda Morales joins us in discussion about minorities in the gay and lesbian community as she talks about AMIGA and her involvement in 21.06 case, 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, KPFT, 90.1 FM, call 526-4000 for information 21 WEDNESDAY Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, 7:30 PM, Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 W Gray, for information call 521-1000 22 THURSDAY March 22-25,1990, Southeastern Conference, the oldest regional conference in the nation is now in its 15th year. Workshops already scheduled on 'Sodomy Laws' and The Effect of AIDS on Society.' Also covered will be topics concerning the conference theme: Working to Strengthen our Southeastern Co, Raleigh, NC, write Box 28863, Raleigh, NC, 27611-8863, or call 919-833-1209 25 SUNDAY The Women's Group, Jacsun and Iris present 'Exploring Feminist Ethics'. When we name ourselves as 'Feminists', what does that mean to us individually and what can others expect of us? There will be time for open group discussion about and for creating our ethics as feminist, 10:00 AM, at First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5210 Fannin, at Southmore, call 529-7329 for information 26 NEW MOON