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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, [No. 4], April 1979 - Page 10. April 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 15, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2918/show/2915.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, [No. 4], April 1979
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Date April 1979
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Transcript :>ta te Conference .... by Nancy White cot ton The workshops I attended In Denton this weekend impressed rre so strongly that T want to Include a rew 5 moressl oris. . .p every room. This dead silence was broken when a tiny, gray-haired college professor prom Corpus Christl rose gracefully from the floor where she was sitting and consented that she had observed differently where she teaches. Silse Howard says she definitely sees feminist awareness emerging among the Chlcana students — only faintly visible In the freshman class but usually fully perceived by the late sophomore or junior level. By this time« Sllse's positive inout had dispelled most of the gloom and I noticed that V.arge Randall was engaging a young male photographer In some C.R. for his own enlightenment. She was quietly but firmly explaining to him that we, indeed, questioned his right to enter our workshop *nd photograph various individuals without their or the group's permission and, more specifically, without any explanation of how he might Intend to present any of the material obtained there. The photographer became increasingly defensive, alleging persaal attack, and tried to ball out of the confrontation on an injured note. Marge refused to honor this charade and kept the fellow locked in eye-to-eye while she carefully reiterated why we found his presumptcuous assumptions offensive. In the Older Woman's Workshop -(Saturday afternoon 3-5:30 5 led by • - Charlotte Stewart, we saw the TV film which Charlotte helped to produce: "Who Remembers Kama." Kb doubt many of you saw this film on Channel ° during the past year; I didn't, however, and seeing it now was both a moving and shattering exnerlence. If you haven't experienced "Who Remembers Mama" and are interested In our arranging a showing, do let me know (333-5204/483-4085)• If Interest is widespread, we would like to consider an area-wide showing. The Texas N.O.W. Conference was held March 93-25 in Denton. Six Bay ARea N.O.W. nembers attended the plenary sessions and the workshops, and maintained a chapter fundraising table. New officers: —Coordinator: Susan Ployd, Denton --Communications Coordinator: Terl Chandler, Dallas County —Treasurer: Phyllis Tucker, Bay Area --Membership Coordinator (Area II): Beth Hudman, Galveston The Bay Area fundraising table grossed $?70--by the sale of feminist jewelry, buttons, etc. Our net proceeds will be figured and presented at the orogram meeting. _ . . „ ,r , u D --Dorothy .-toward