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Title Broadside-Herizons Coalition, February 1981
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter; Coalition of Greater Houston National Organization for Women Chapters
Date February 1981
Description Broadside, Vol. 12, No. 2; Herizons, Vol. 6, No. 2
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  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript Page 2 BROADSIDE/HERIZONS February, 1981 the judge's refusal to jail her for non-payment. However, she continued to work diligently for the passage of this "Sixteenth Amendment", by circulating petitions, lecturing and lobbying in Washington. In 1890 Wyoming became the first state to give women the right to vote, thus uniting women's suffrage supporters into one organization. The American Woman Suffrage Association joined the National Woman Suffrage Association and in 1892 Susan became president and served 8 years, resigning at the age of 80. Susan continued her effort and dream for women's suffrage until her death from pneumonia on March 13, 1906. After 60 years of work and dedication, she left this world without seeing her dream become the reality it is today. Susan's life has left it's mark on the face of every woman who has ever cast a ballot and felt the pride rise up within her soul, be she a feminist or not. ************************ NEWS REVIEW ************************* As you can see already, this newsletter looks different from past issues. That is because it is my first attempt at editing, and I hope not my last. A great deal of thanks goes to Jan Stevens who has put out such a professionally done BROADSIDE/HERIZONS in the past. I would like to ersonally thank her also for the help she has given me which I am sure will continue, right Jan?) and her confidence in my work. Phyllis Tucker, State Coordinator, took charge of the State Council Meeting held Sat., 1/10/80. Aralyn Hughes Zapata, was announced to be our new lobbyist and can be reached at 2707 Rich Creek, Austin, TX 78757. Our State Legislative Chair is Aileen McMurrer whose function will be to relay information from our lobbyist to our Membership Coordinator, who in turn contacts the various Chapters. Our strength was proven in Florida recently when the Miami City Council adopted it's own city ERA in an effort to obtain relief from the boycott which has lost them over 500 conventions. United we stand! Who is Dr. Pearl Kendrick? She wa" a microbiologist who, along With her colleague, Dr. Grace Eldering, developed a