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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 3, March 1980 - Page 10. March 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2584/show/2581.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 3, March 1980
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Date March 1980
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Transcript WOMEN'S WEEK IV CONT. Tuesday, March 18: Woman's Body, Woman's Mind 10:00-11:00 AM Noon-l:30 BM 1:30-3:00 PM 3: 5: 00-4:30 PM 30-7:00 PM 1-316 Film: Beauty Knows No Pain Discussant: Nellie Wegmann Forest Book Reviewz The Mermakid and the Minotaur with Dr. Room Gretchen Mieszkowski and Students Presentation: Body Imagry in Art. Lynn Randolph, Women's 2-532 Cauftus for Art, Houston Presentation: Women and Utopias. Dr. Curt Smith and StudentsJ7c-y$~0x£> 2-508 Book Review: Fat is a Feminist Issue with Dr. Carol 7:30-9:00 PM Panel: 2-508 Resources for Abused People in Houston. Dr. Toby Myers,-{.Gail Padgett)) Justice, Wednesday, March 19: WOMEN AND MEN 10:00-11:30AM 1-314 Film: Men's Lives Discussants: Rema Lou Brown, Dr. Noon-l:30 PM 1:30-3:00 PM 4:00-5:30 7:30-9:00 PM PM Forest Room 2-504 2-504 2-532 Howard Eisner, Moderator: Dr. Craig Oettinger Book Review: For Her Own Good with Twiss Butler Presentation: Sexist Language, What's Coing On? Dr. Glenn Freedman, Marjorie Randal, Manager of WRS Panel: Masculine/Feminine: A Question of Androgyny Gail Anderson, Dr. Carol Snyder. Moderate*, Dr. Oettinger Panel: Impact of Feminism on MenTs Lives 3 Dr. George Lip= sitz,jTDr. Andrew Smith, Ba^^Ballard P.ritchett, t Gavin Clabaugh,zClay Hicks, Thursday, March 20: WOMEN AND THEIR WORK 10:00-11:30AM 1-316 12:00-1:30 PM Forest l>^h Room 2:00-4>£0 PM 2-504 5:30-7:00 PM 2-532 7:30-9:00 PM 2-532 Film: Woman Power; A Woman1s Place Is Discussant: Dr. Jean Quataert Book Review: Games Mother Never Taught You with Nancy Molleda, Executive, and Christina Haight, Sfedent Presentation: The Corporate Wife. Carolyn Ulrickson Panel: Two Career Marriages, Dr. Bevg^ly Crane and Dr. Don Wright, Sat* Ruth Fruland and Len Srnka, Mary Ann and Moderator: Carolyn Waddell \D°^ HoltGn. Wresentation: Women in the Organization. Society for Women Managers Fridaym March 21: WOMEN AND RELIGION 10:00-Noon 2-532 Noon-2:00 PM 2-532 2:00-4:00 PM 2-225 Panel: Changing Ribles for Women in Religion. Betty Mas- quette. Episcopal Minister, ^anis Ross, St. Joan's MJiap^e,j^^/ Ann Wilde, Presbyterian Elder,' Jeanne Saletan, «&wi-sh laflporcon,. Book Reviews: The Church and the Second Sex with Rev. ImMmmmf' Royster; Beyond God the Father with S. Anne Cook Demonstration: Consciousness-Raising for Women. Helen Co- pitka and Jane Markley 7:30 PM BAYOU AUDITORIUM > DR. MARY DALY, PHILOSPHER^rHEOLOGIAN on THE METAETHICS OF RADICAL FEMINISM &JEST SPEAKER Admission $3.00 ($2,00 for students) April 3 is last day to register for May 3 primary. Write-ins axe permitted. Call Voter Registration 22/+-1919, ext. 310 for information. W.I.R.E,S• Elizabeth Glenn is the new Director of WIRES, Women's Information, Referral, Exchange Service, 792-4664 They have a 2-foot long card file