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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 6, June 1980
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Date June 1980
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Transcript ERA Demonstration April 198C In the spirit of -Shadowing the Candidates1, on April 23 thirty ERA supporters with signs in hand demonstrated in front of the Albert Thomas Convention Center in Houston. The occasion was the League of Women Voter's debate between George Bush and Ronald Reagan. Members of Houston Area NOW, Bay Area NOW, WEAL, NETWORK, Federally Employed Women and other friends passed out fliers and talked to people as they arrived. The demonstrators - wearing their green and white clothing and earring signs - made ERA a visible issue on the outside of the center. This did not continue, however, on the inside. Not a single ERA question was addressed to the candidates by moderator Howard K. Smith, Press coverage of the demonstration included spots on the ABC and CBS late news reports, coverage on KULF, KTRH and KLOL radio stations and articles in the Houston Post and other local papers. We need to continue to fShadow the Candidates1 unitl November. We also need to affect future forums to make sure they include on women's issues and woman as moderator, thanks to Phyllis the idea of the demon- questions perhaps a a special Tucker for stration and to Jean Saleton, Jan Stevens, Leona Herschkowitz and Eileen McMurr for their coordinating work. Lynn McGregor In connection with The Dinner PaHy art exhibit, triangular quilt sections were solicited commemorating; persons or organizations. Mary McFadin did one fo* Bay Area NOW. Thanks, Mary. A oicture will be available at the 6/5/80 meeting. The quilt triangle commemorating Bay Area N. O. W, was made simply and neatly as possible. Itns border is blue with a background of white because Bay Area NOW colors are blue and white. There is a big green arrow pointing up that says "Women are on the way up. There is a green and white replica of the ERA YES pin appliqued and also the torch carried to commemorate IWY. That torch is to remind us all to keep our spirit burning because the race is long and hard. ARCHAEOLOGIST SAYS EARLY CHURCH HAD FtF'ALE BISHOPS Evidence has been uncovered which indicates the early Christian church hacM female priests and bishops, according to archaeologist Dorothy Irvin. Dr.. Irvin, who teaches at the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, MM, cla*ims to have photographs of mosaics, frescoes and inscriptions that proove women in the first century and possibly as late as the ninth century had full clerical status. Her research is being reviewed seriously by other Catholic Scholars. One? of the Catholic Church's primary arguments against women's ordination is that it would go against ancient tradition.