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Title Broadside-Herizons Coalition, May 1979
Publisher Coalition of National Organization for Women Chapters
Date May 1979
Description Broadside, Vol. 10, No. 5; Herizons, Vol. 4, No. 5
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript Consciousness-Raising Workshop Report This workshop was attendend by a large group of women from all around the state. They represented a wide variety of NOW chapters and special community needs* We discussed bothe the National guidelines and the guidelines written by Helen Copitka. I urged the group to give the National guidelines careful consideration before using them. "They are seriuosly outdated in many respects, but more seroiously, they make many assumptions which may not be valid for your group. It was emphasized that guidelines are just that-"guidelines.n They are not etched in bronze. Women have within themselves the solutions to the problems. OR is just one way to speed up the process. For areas that may not be quite ready for OR groups, the suggestion was made to form study groups. Readings from such current books as The Women's Room, or My Mother, My-Self could be used to draw in women who might not know or understand the term consciousness-raising. There also is some merit in reading our own history,e.g. Century of Struggle, the lives of Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Carrie Chapman Catt, and others. If you think passing the ERA is tough, how did we get suffrage passed, when we had no vote at all? ################# There will be a meeting at the Women's Center, 4600 Main, Tuesday, May 15/ To discuss the formation of new C-R groups. If you are interested in joining a group, being a facilitator, or just want more information, please come to this session* For more info, please call 522 1849 or 522 4468* HAPPY BIRTHDAY NOW It's just a tad late, but congratulations anyway! NOW in Houston is nine years old as of April. In the spring of 1970, Sally Hacker called the first meeting at .her house. Ten people paid their dues and we elected Sally, President, Cathy House, V~P, Bart Hacker, Sec, and Barbara Settle, Tresurer. Aridine Sindo, Barbara Lane-Farley, Ann and Milton Lower, and myself siqned up that night and away we went. It's rewarding to know that Houston has not been the same since. HOUSTON AREA NOW PROGRAM MEETING MAY 10: "Victims No More"....a program/discussion presented by Nancy Meyerson, one of three teachers of Re- evaluation Counseling (co-counseling) in-Houston* __ Since strong, unexamined feelings frequently obstruct clear thinking, this will be an attempt to identify the feelings generated when we experience various types of discrimination and to help us develope effective means of limiting or preventing it, 7* 30 p.m. at the rtorld Trade Center 1520 Texas Avenue at Crawford Houston Area N.O.W. E.R.A. SUPPORT COMMITTEE The E.R.A. Support Committee has been organized to promote the economic boycott of unratified states. The purpose of this group is to supplement N.O.W.'s economic boycott by encouraging people in Houston to vacation only in ratified states and to let tourism officials in unratified states understand exactly how much money they are losing. Progress so far has been good with the Gay Political Caucus, the Chicana Caucus of G.P.C., Houston Area N.O.W., Harris County Women's Political Caucus, and Lesberadas passing resolutions in support of the economic boycott. 900 -1000 letters were collected at the Texas N.O.W. Conference and will be sent to tourism officials and key legislators in Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Florida. We need more people to help with this effort. Call Renee Rabb at 524-0982 for more information. A Renee Rabb