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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 9, No. 7, July 1981
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Transcript BAY AREA NOW CALENDAR: June 26 TARAL's "An Evening for Pro Choice" June 26-28..Texas State NOW Convention; Dallas, Texas June 30 ERA Rally. Houston City Hall July 2 BA NOW Program Meeting, Uniting Church, Reseda & El Camino Real July 14 Maria Doest's Rape Prevention Classes "begin (3 weeks) July 15 BA NOW Business Meeting, 1579 Bonanza Deadline for August issue, BANOW NEWS 1 111 WORDS FROM PAT KUHLMANN. OUR COORDINATOR: "HELP!!! HELP! Your Chapter needs three people to stand-up and say, "I'll do the job." The jobs that need to be staffed are (1) Telephone Tree, (2) Reproductive Rights Task Force, and (3) Title IX resource person. Pat doesn't need these positions to be filled; you doi Don't just sit there and expect someone else to do it all for you. Take the responsibility that is yours to make this chapter function effectively. Pat's phone number is ^+88-3278. Call her NOW. Business Meeting Notes. June 17: Those present were Pat Kuhlmann, coordinator. Marj Randal, Dorothy Howard, Rema Lou Brown, Bonnie Huval, Evelyn Brennan, and Feggy Cook. Questions in re our tax-exempt non-profit status were raised and Bonnie Huval is to research the issue and report to the members as soon as possible what remedies we have to be certain that our status is secure. Gov. Clements', call for a special session of the legislature was discussed. It was reported by Bonnie that the NOW lobbiest's contract expired at the close of the regular session of the state legislature and that action will be needed . at the state convention to re-hire the lobbiest to keep a wary eye on the special session. So far, Gov. Clements has not indicated any issue on repro- rights for the attention of the special session, but he has not clearly indicated that he won't raise those issues. Pat Kuhlmann announced that Meca Cable Televison is currently running a membership promo as a Public Service Announcement (PSA) on channel 20. It states: "Women are worth more than .59 but women are paid only .59 for every dollar paid to men. National Organization for Women fighting sex discriminati Join NOW. Call ^88-3278." It runs for 15 seconds every two to three minutes. Pat also emphasized the need for participation and help to prepare for the ERA Rally. June 30th. Further, there was .considerable discussion of programs for the next few months. Ideas suggested were AUGUST ;..Marj Randal will try to arrange for a program on self defense. SEPTEMBER Take Back the Night, no one to arrange details OCTOBER..-. TWPC and Women in Elective Office, no one to arrange it NOVEMBER Moral Majority, NCPAC, and the Neo-fascists, Rema Lou Brown to arrange details. DECEMBER Christmas/Holiday Party, no one to arrange details (Possible fund raiser.) Members will be urged to accept responsibility to arrange programs or to offer alternative programs to those proposed. The group also determined to undertake an ERA education project in conjunction with the August 26th anniversary of the ratification of the Women's Suffrage amendment. The scope of the effort will be determined by the number of volunteers. We will attempt to cover Baybrook Mall, Almeda Mall and shopping centers in Dickinson and League City—particularly since the stores are heavily trafficked by shoppers"during the "back-to-school" rush. Materials for distribution should be compiled and reproduced as soon as possible. Members are to be asked for ideas and to participate fully and enthusiastically. Rema Lou Brown