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Title Broadside, Vol. 13, No. 5, June 1982
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date June 1982
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
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Transcript PAGE 6 BROADSIDE June 1982 CELEBRATE OUR STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY Interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Equal Rights Amendment June 29 at 7:30pm St. Michael's Church - 1801 Sage (Between San Felipe And Westheimer) refreshments following for information or to offer help call Mitzi Sides 988-0666 after 6pm. REAGAN PROTEST - JUNE 15 President Reagan will be attending a fundraiser for Gov. Clements and the Reagan Protest Coalition is holding a march in protest of Reagan policies, such as the unfair budget cuts which harm those who can least afford it, the handicapped, schools, college students,The elderly,Minorities , Women & their children. Also the brutaliza- tion of the enviroment, Nuclear recklessness, U.S. intervention policy, Antagonism toward labor, and the anti- Equal Rights Amendment stand. To protest personally meet downtown at 6:30pm and march to the Albert Thomas Convention Center. For Location and more information, contact Marianne Williamson at the Heights Bookstore 864-5593. A Fundraiser will be at the Heights Bookstore to cover cost for this event on MAY 22 at 8pm, charge is $5.00. POT LUCK The June 13 meeting of the Montrose chapter of NOW will be a Pot Luck dinner. It will be at the Women's Center #4 Chelsea Place 5-7pm. Bring a dish to share for dinner and spend some time in sisterhood informal style. Open rap session is at no additionaI charge. ERA WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? June 9 meeting of Spring Branch - Memorial will be a brief business meeting followed by an open discussion on what the ERA means to us personally, what we want from it, and what our course of action will be if it does not get ratified. What will happen if it does? Will the entire Women's movement be slowed by reaching one of our priority goals or will it fire us up even more to tackle the other issues that effect us? This meeting will be at the SB-M Library 930 Corbindale at 7:30pm. We will be back from the March in Oklahoma and that should give us addtional inspi rat ion. HOUSTON AREA NOW is trying to maintain an office at #4 Chelsea Place. Please help by donating supplies or your time Contact Yvonne Broach to see what is needed. 664-4282. THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE N.J. NOW is holding a counter event to the July 16 Convention of the National Right to Life Foundation, Cherryhill, N. J. There will be a prayer vigil on the evening of July 15 and a rally on the 16th. Make plans now to go if you can. Contact Yvonne Broach 664-4282.