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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 4, No. 9, September 1976 - Page 4. September 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 15, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1930/show/1923.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 4, No. 9, September 1976
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date September 1976
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Transcript Summary of August Meeting (cont.) them, such as pep rallies,which do not necessarily have a great deal of spontaneous student support. Work and status, she said, are stratified by sex - "counselors, secretaries, and receptionists are female; head counselors and principals are male11 - a situation which makes it easy for male authorities to dismiss female dissatisfaction with the status quo as mere bids for attention from "women's libbers." She advised students to look for the best teachers to study with, and to maximize available options wittv] the school framework. Mr. Griffin acknowledged present national anxiety over apparent lack of effectiveness of public schools, academically and socially. "Lack of partnership" of tnose concerned, he suggested, may be a factor. Saying that "elementary (level) is what I know best," he remarked that "We do awkward things in school compared with what we know about the nature of children." As always, dialogue among panelists and the audience of members and guests was spirited. The Screen Image of Women in American Film This film series will be presented at the University of Houston - Clear Lake on Friday nights at 8 p.m. from September 10 through November 12. Per-session charge $1. Slide lectures and newsreels will accompany such well-known films as "Birth of a Nation" and "The Devil is a Woman." A nod to the other side of the stereotypic view is promised by the October 15 slide lecture: "The Independents—Autonomous Women in a Male Fantasy World." "^ ? businesses in Houston (Pokey Anderson is compiling a list of women's) (businesses in Houston. Note her criteria, as ) (listed below, and send her information on ) (pecole you think may be eligible for listing.) To keep this manageable, I'm working with the following parameters: located in Houston metropolitan area a business at least 50% owned by a woman or women, or - a business managed by a woman, or - a woman working in a field where compensation is primarily by commission (insurance, real estate, car sales, etc.), or - a woman who (although regularly employed by one of those "95% institutions") is willing to provide a skill or service in her free time. * The test is, does the money you spend there end up in a woman's pocket. (Fill in as much as you know, but even "Becky somebody who runs that plant shop at the corner of Westheimer and Kirby" will help. I'll be contacting everybody to see that their listing is accurate before we go to press.) Return to: Name of woman Name of bus i ness iype or Dusiness Pokey Anderson 1531 Maryland, #k Houston, TX. 77006 526-7828 Address of business (Note if not in city of Houston, e.g. Pasadena, Clear Lake City, etc.) Business phone (If bus. phone unavailable, home phone.)