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Title The Wand, Vol. 10, [No. 3], March 1993
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Transcript TIME FOR TEXANS TO MARCH by Deborah Bell, National Organizer The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation promises to be the largest civil rights demonstration in the history of this country. The excitement of the election of a President, who for the first time in history is clearly allied with our community, is creating momentum around the country. To accomplish our goals, we cannot be complacent just because there is a friendly administration. Not only should all Texans be making their plans to March, but they should be scheduling their appointments with members of Congress to lobby. The Texas Two-Step Party on April 24 will be a special party for Texans, their frineds and supporters. The event will be held at Tracks, 1111 First Street SE from 6pm to 10pm. There is a donation of $25 for tickets to benefit the Texas Human Rights Foundation, The Lesbian/Gay Rights Lobby, and the 1993 March on Washington Committee. Country-Western music for dancing, and food will be provided. Tickets can be ordered through THRF at (512) 479-8473. To get on the National Mailing List for the March, call the National Office (800) 832-2889. THE RETREAT: PARTICIPANTS CDRMENT The diversity of the Women created a rich atmosphere -for sharing and caring. f????? SN A warm and secure experience which facilitated self-acceptance. I'm somewhat overwhelmed with the generosity of the woman who owns Stonehaven for her gift to women. . ^^■_____-__--—-----H____ JD RAINBOW RIDERS A WOMYN'S BIKE CLUB 6 BLUFF CREEK RANCH - WARDA 8 miles of fast and fun off-road trails for Cookie's "7 birthday. There are ride and camping fees. Take 1-10 west, then north on Hwy 71 to La Grange, north 10 miles through Warda, right on Co. Rd 152 0.5 miles to the green gate. 13 SAT ROY HOHL PARK - 10 am Off road riding in North Houston. Take FM 249 north to |ust south of Compaq, enter park on the right hand side of 249 (just north of Cypresswood Drive). Susan 1-713-532-1856. Relaxation. Comfortable accommodations. Easy, laid back fun! This was my 2nd retreat & I will make the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th .. . Why? Because I always leave a retreat happier than when I came. I like meeting beautiful women, and they seem to congregate at these retreats. Insightful and healing. The workshops were well planned, the free time was full of sunshine (inside or out!). I will also be here for my 4th, 5th . .. retreat! Truly a retreat. A getaway with diverse & beautiful women. A weekend of safety, learning, & fun. ^^ C_i) Wonderful weekend. Time alone & time learning! Time sharing! I will return for another retreat. Thanks. Nance Oh joy! An affirmation of female bonding and the collective nconsciousness of the Goddess within women. An experience of the womb and the cycle of rebirth. Oho! CDG 14 SUN 20 SAT 21 27 SAT MEMORIAL PARK LOOP - 9 am Ride as many laps as you want • just a few or rack up those PMS miles. Located just east of the softbal fields. THE SWAMP-10 am Off-road hilly trail on the banks of White Oak Bayou. North on T.C Jester from 1-10 past 34th street Park at T.C. Jester Park. Susan 1-713-532-1856. AZAELIAS TRAIL - 9 am Casual stroll through the azaelias in the River Oaks SUN area. Vicki 661-6378. CONROE-10am Three routes - a 22 mile leisure ride, and 40 and 55 mile PMS rides. Take I-45 north and exit FM 105. Bear right eastward but cross onto Dallas street, turn left into shopping center parking lot Meet at Jack-'m-the-Box. 28 CHAPPELL HILL Tptoe through the Blueboruiets on this famous PMS SUN ridefromChappeNHilltoW^ Cookie 869-1686. women's action coalition MONTROSE C0UNSEUNG CENTER j Niw locftion tffctVt Jmetry _5,1995 701 RicH-nn., Hwttw, TX 77006 PVione number tray the ftme: 529-0057 WeftHeimer Uvett AUbtmi Richmond IYtoT0 WOMEN'S NETWORK 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 701 Richmond, Room 15 Montrose Counseling Ctr 529-0037 pooooooooooooooooooooooood Will give away 20 gal. acquarium with hood, light, filter, gravel. Call 666-1698. I 1 jNEW FROM SHOCK T MUSIC! Together, Proud and Strong Official Anthem of the. 1993 March on Washington For Lesbian, Gay & Bi Equal Rights and Liberation Quantity Ext. Cassettes @ $5.00 T-Shirts@ $15.00 Size(s): CALLING ALL WOMEN JOIN US! Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. For further information call 867-9581 WAC'S MISSION STATEMENT The Women'* Action Coalition (WAC) It an open alliance of women committed to DIRECT ACTION on Issues affecting the rights of all wtmen. We are witnesses to the current economic, cultural and political pressures that limit women's lives and to the horrifying effect of these limitations. As current legislation falls to reflect the experience of women, we support the Immediate enactment of an ERA Initiative. WAC Insists on economic parity and representation for all women, and an end to homophobia, racism, religious prejudice and violence against women. We Insist on every woman's right to quality health care, child care and reproductive freedom. We will exercise our full creative power to launcha visible and remarkable resistance. WAC IS WATCHING--WE WILL TAKE ACTION Women-'s Action Coalition /P.O. Box 131148 /Houston, TX 77219-1148 Voice Mall No. (713) 867-9581 Yike I'm A Dyke T-Shirts @ $12.00 Size(s): f PA Residents, add 6% Sales Tax (Beefy T's with Logo on front, autographed by performers on back. Sizes Large - 3XL) Video @ $20.00 = Composer/producer Lynn Thomas and 62 top performers around the country have a blast making history! * LYNN THOMAS "If the Rocky Horror Picture Show overdoes a sequel, we want Lynn's song Dykes to be featured!" - Ladyslipper "...compare her act and lyrics to the gay duo Romanovski and Phillips (not to mention Bette Middler before she turned 'respectable')." - Michel LeBance, Au Cou- rant newspaper 'Political and fun-what a combination!" - Wanda Henson, producer Gulf Coast Women's Festival ALSO FROM SHOCK T MUSIC Cassettes @ $10.00 = (debut by Lynn Thomas) Total Add $2.00 shipping and handling for first item, $1 for each additional item. Make check payable to: Shock T Music PO Box 54 Perkasie, PA 18944 Name __ Address _ City Phone (_ .State .Zip. J. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery Please call (215) 795-0615 for quantity pricing.