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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1978
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Date January 1978
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Transcript £jan.ir7*J 10:00- 11*30 12:00- 1:90 2:00- U:00 6:00- 7:30 8:00- 9:30 3. WOMEN'S WEEK II University of Houston at Clear Lake City - January 30 through February 3, 1978 Monday "As Others See Us" Tuesday "Life Styles" Slides and films education textbooks media Film: "Rookie of the Tear" Presentation: "Women as Portrayed in Art" Deborah Lipton Book Review: "Not in God's Image" Twiss Butler (Tentative) Joan Rivers & new film "Rfcb- bit Test" Presentation: "Alternate Life Styles" Wednesday ■•Women and the Law" Discussion: ,!Homemakers & the Law" Helen Cassidy Book Review: "Against Our Will" N. Bruckner Film: "Some Women of Marra- kech" Eliz. Fernea Short Play: "But What Have You Done for Jfe Lately?" Students Presentation* 'Women in Her- story" Jean Quataert Thursday 'Women and Work" Panel: flWomen in Management" women faculty Book Review: ,fManagerial Woman" Linda Calvert Presentation: "Taking the Law in Your Own Hands" P. North- cutt AAUW Reading: "Eve Tells It Like It Is" 7 faculty & Community members Discussion: "Women in Crisis" Hou* Women1 s Ctr*, N* Van Hightower, et al. Discussion: "Goals After National Women's Conf. Film: "Union Maids" Pat Cearcy Book discussionj "Of Woman Born" G. Mieszkowski M. Randal Panel: "The Two-Career Marriage, " Friday Presentation: "Perceptions of Women in Health Care" V. Davidson Book Reviews: "Fern* Mystique" "It Changed Ify Life" N. Bruckner G. Mieszkowski Discussion: "Life With a Raised Consciousness" Dale Hill Open Speaker: Betty Friedan Some interchange of items must be considered possible, particularly in the case of Monday evening, but most of the speakers are already firmly committed, including Betty Friedan and Elizabeth Fernea, who are being brought to Houston for their appearances* Fernea is the author of "Guests of the Sheikh," a book of some fame on campuses around the country. Her book "A Street in Marrakech" was published last year* She was the consultant for the British-made film which will be shown here, and which has not yet been relased in this country* All Fernea fs work is about the life of women in traditional, veiled Moslem societies. It is very consciousness-raising* The appearance of Betty Friedan is particularly interesting, so soon after her epochal speech at the National Woman fs Conference favoring the passage of the sexual preference resolution. Friedan had long opposed supporting lesbian rights, on the grountf that the issue is peripheral to women's liberation and support for it is detrimental to efforts for ERA and other mainstream causes* Her graceful reversal of this position is expected to heal a years'-long breach among feminist leaders.