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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
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
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Transcript February, 1981 BROADSIDE/HERIZONS Page 3 pertussis vaccine for mass production by 1939. She worked in primitive conditions and later invented the DPT vaccine. Dr. Kendrick died recently of cancer at the age of 90. Her name deserves mention in conversation with parents and pediatricians encountering children routinely immunized with the DPT vaccine. HEART - DO YOUR PART It seems there is something more precious to us than money, and that is time. A lot of supporters within NOW feel very strongly about furthering our cause, but are very limited with the time they are able to give. There also seems to be a chronic struggle to find ways to inform and influence the public on a daily basis within the routine of our individual lives. Well, here are some suggestions that might help solve these two dilemmas for you. Let's sta,rt with the ERA. How about clipping out the ERA from several issues of BROADSIDE/HERIZONS, laying them out on a sheet of paper and Xeroxing numerous copies? After cutting them out individually you have opened the door to a million uses. Put a copy of the ERA in your bills when you mail them each month; keep a stack of them out in your home for guests to see and take with them; carry them with you in your purse or pocket and leave a stack in the grocery store, bank, church collection plate or any other public place you happen to be. Send them with birthday cards or letters to relatives and friends. Buy a supply of "590" buttons and leave one with an explanation of it written on the back of the ERA for your waitress along with her gratuity - a little something extra for her mind. Put various buttons on your purse or jacket as an obvious statement of your beliefs and carry extras to give to those who ask for them. Put ERA bumper stickers on your car and wear your ERA T-shirt often when running errands. Buy "Sunersisters Trading Cards" and keep them out in an obvious place for people who visit your home.- they are a. great conversation piece. Frame a large copy of the ERA and place it on your t.v. or bar or hang it in a strategic place in your home, (maybe by the door?) Give "Supersisters Trading Cards" and ERA T-shirts as gifts to kids, bosses, co-workers, friends, relatives, etc. continued)