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Title Broadside, Vol. 4, No. 10, October 1973
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date October 1973
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Transcript Page 6 BROADSIDE October 197 3 TWPC STATE CONVENTION (continued) Each local caucus will vote on each remaining resolution without the ability to amend. In other words, the caucus must either vote for or against a resolution as presented by the resolutions committee of the convention. The questions are: do we pass a resolution, even if a word or phrase doesn't please us, or do we go another year without any resolution on that particular subject until we can have our say at the next state convention? Those questions will have to be asked on each resolution not acted upon by the delegates to the last convention. Unfortunately. Unfortunately because this problem could have been alleviated by moving resolutions voting to the first part of the convention. Women, even feminists, because of their "place" in this society, have to show up for work the Monday following a convention, or take over child care, or cook breakfast, or whatever. It's not the delegates' fault time ran out and most had to begin the drive home. We didn't waste time; in fact, it was astounding how fast we did move to accept the revised bylaws and the rules of the convention. Despite what the press thinks, the resolutions and how we act on them are the gut of the convention and of the state and individual caucuses. Proposal: consider the resolutions immediately after bylaws and convention rules and before election of officers, It may be that as we grow and get more of our issues on paper in the form of resolutions, less time will be needed to consider them. But now, in the beginning, it is imperative that we have resoltions on which we can act - unified stands for affirmative action. GARAGE SALE The long-awaited garage sale will be held at the Common Market, 6116 Southwest Freeway (Westpark exit) on Sunday, October 14, from 10 to 4. Clean out your closets, drawers, and cabinets. Don't overlook small items. Bring your donations to the Center and leave them in the workroom. People are still needed to work on pricing, display, and sales. Contact Joan Ritter at 488-3964 if you are willing to help. FUND RAISER As an ongoing fund-raising project, NOW will be collecting aluminum beverage cans for recycling. We will receive IOC per pound of cans. Leave your cans at the Center in the box marked CANS (Where else? Ed.). In the interest of saving space, it would be helpful if you could crush the cans before bringing them. Linda Bayer will coordinate the project. UNDER THE MICROSCOPE AGAIN The Status of Women at Rice University is currently being studied by Barbara Williams, a graduate student in Sociology. If you have had any experience or contacts with Rice that would be of interest in the study, please contact her. Also, if you would like to work with the Affirmative Action Committee at Rice, contact Barbara at home (665-0510) or at Rice (528-4141, extension 555 or 641).