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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 2, No. 1, January 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date January 1974
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  • Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript TANGENTS A.W. I thought I had put All "housewifery" behind me. I am truly liberated And a human being Rather than a "wife", But yesterday - Making love on a bare mattress In a bachelor apartment And looking at a cobweb On the ceiling - I found my fingers itched. PREGNANCY POLICY revisited In a recent meeting with Richard Griffin, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, Clear Creek School District, Bay Area N.O.W. members Mary Buxton and Marge Randal determined that two women students are pregnant and are attending regular classes after being processed through the ARD committee. Three other pregnant students are presently in the home- bound program. Monitoring of these programs will continue on a regular basis by members of the Bay Area N.O.W. chapter. Welcome to the newly-formed Pasadena N.O.W. Chapter. Their first meeting was held December 13. Uglies fight discrimination Uglies Unlimited, a 200-member organization - and growing - has picketed American Airlines in Fort Worth for alleged discrimination against ugly people in their ads and application forms. Spokesperson Danny McCoy wants it known that his newly-formed organization is no joke and is much deeper than male-female dating relationships. "One man's face had been disfigured in an accident, and he has been unable to find a nice job. He has had to work beneath his competence, and had to accept a lower position just to get food on the table. He needs help." McCoy said Uglies Unlimited is mainly concerned with putting an end to discriminatory ads. Women in Administration A new elective has been added for the spring semester at the University of Houston. The course, "Women in Administration", has among its objectives to help prepare women students to successfully seek out administrative positions and to provide students with examples of "significant others" (women) who are making positive contributions in administration. Dr. Bette Stead, who will conduct the course, brings to the job an impressive list of credentials. She has coordinated and introduced two programs concerning Equal Opportunity laws for the Houston Foundation for Accounting Education in cooperation with the Wage and Hour Division and the Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, and has conducted a female administrative development program for 50 women employees of Sun Oil Company. For more information, contact Dr. Stead , 749-3906, 333D McElhinney Hall. N.O.W. needs YOU A planned parenthood report Child abuse rises DISTURBING FACTS: from Cass Canfield, Planned Parenthood Federation of America Last year 60,000 cases of child abuse were reported in the U.S., up 30% in a decade. Typically abusing parents were once victims of abuse or neglect. Unwanted children do not fare well in life. A Swedish study of 120 children born to women who were denied therapeutic abortions shows that the unwanted children were worse off in ey^ry respect when compared with a control group over a 21-year period. Among the unwanted children, antisocial and criminal behavior, public dependence and psychiatric illness were twice as prevalent. Each day 2000 unwanted children are born in America, a disproportionate number of them to the poor. Desperate women limit births by the only means they know. A third of all pregnancies end in abortions, many of them self- induced.