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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, September 1985 - Page 7. September 1985. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 30, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1823/show/1818.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, September 1985
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date September 1985
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  • Newsletters
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Transcript _7- October 28, 1974 Congress passes Federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act after two years of efforts by NOW to end discrimination against women in obtaining credit. May 11, 1975 Mother's Day march in front of the Vatican Embassy in Washington, D.C, publicizing the hierarchy's attempt to pressure the government to ban birth control and abortion. July 21, 1975 NOW endorses the first political candidate in NOW history, Congresswoman Bella Abzug (D-NY) for the Senate. January 5, 1976 National NOW Action Center opens in Washington, D.C, consolidating the former national office, legislative office, and public Information office. July 4 - August 28, 1976 NOW Vigil is held at the White - "Shoulder to Shoulder for the ERA." House January 18, 1977 Indiana becomes the 35th state to ratify the ERA. April 21-24, 1977 Tenth National Conference is held in Detroit. The second decade of NOW 1s celebrated with an ERA rally. NOW/PAC and National ERA Strike Force created. El lie Smeal 1s elected fifth National President. August 27, 1977 First ERA national Walk-a-thon is held for Equal Rights. \ October 20, 1977 NOW spearheads drive to extend deadline for ERA ratification. 1978 NOW continues economic boycott of fifteen unratified states. Over 300 organizations join the boycott. July 9, 1978 NOW sponsors ERA march 1n Washington, D.C. 100,000 attend. August 15, 1978 House approves extension of ERA Ratification deadline. PORNOGRAPHY HEARING -By Ann J. Robison- The Pornography Commission of the U.S. Attorney General's Office will be holding public hearings on pornography Sept. 11- 12, 9:30 am to 6:00 pm at the Federal Courthouse in Houston as part of a year long, nation-wide program. The Commission is interested in hearing anyone who may have been victimized by pornography. (Examples: A wife who was forced to endure bizarre sex acts after her husband viewed pornography or a sexual assault victim who may have been assaulted after or while the offenders watched pornography.) The hearing will also include testimony from Dr. A. Nicholas Groth, Dr. Ed Donne- stein, Dr. Malamuth and other experts in the fields of offender treatment and pornography. If you (or someone you know) wishes to testify, your identity can be altered to protect anonimity or you may submit written testimony. For more information, please contact Ed Chapman, Investigator Attorney General's Commission on Pornography, U.S. Department of Justice, 10th and Constitution Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20530 — or Call (202) 724-7837. Ann J. Robison is Chair, Texas NOW Task Force on Pornography and Program Specialist, Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services, Texas Department of Health. Ai J3 FCR BAY AREA NOW: $ 5. 00 per month $12. 50 for three months $30. 00 for and mon six months get seventh th free.