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Title Broadside, Vol. 6, No. 12, December 1975
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date December 1975
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript message from the president Being President certainly is fun. I was in office approximately two minutes before the first crisis was dropped in my lap. (See the article on Houston Area NOW and the University of Houston elsewhere in this issue.) I did not expect my term to be filled with sweetness and light and easy successes, but I had hoped for a short period to become accustomed to the job. It certainly was short. This coming year should be filled with both work and achievement for the chapter. We will continue, and hopefully complete, the projects we are now working on, such as the pregnancy insurance complaints and the Abzug bill to prohibit discrimination against homosexuals. We also need to establish specific priorities for this next year and begin work on them. At our December business meeting I would like all our members to discuss thoroughly what these priorities should be. I also hope that all our members can work together with sisterhood. In order for us to work together, I feel we must be a very open chapter. If you are unhappy about something or feel that something should be done differently, speak out openly. Do not mumble in a corner and then be unhappy because things are not changed. Neither I nor the other officers are mind readers. Please let us know - and let the chapter know - any suggestions you have on means of improving our chapter and ending sexism in our society. However, also remember that Houston Area NOW is a democratic organization. When differences of opinion are such that a vote is necessary, accept majority rule, whether you voted with the majority or not. Remember that the only alternative to rule by the majority is rule by a minority. Despite our occasional differences of opinion on tactics, our goals remain the same. Within a year I expect us to have made our society less sexist, and we shall continue to do so every year until we eradicate sexism from our world. Betty Barnes 11