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Womynspace, Vol. 7, No. 4, September 1988 - Page 5. September 1988. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4015/show/4010.

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Title Womynspace, Vol. 7, No. 4, September 1988
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Date September 1988
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Transcript j_OOCX_HPOOOC300«&CO__C3__C qifi i9i Toucrt "With yomt femiiXjst %oots A unique experience for feminists will take place in the woods of east Texas, Sept. 9- 11 when Texas National Organization for Women holds its annual State Convention. The site for this year's events is Beulah Land Camp situated on 70 acres of piney woods just outside of Nacogdoches. There is an air conditioned dorm and tentsites available (the camp will even furnish tents if you don't have one). Convention participants can enjoy a swimming pool, basketball, soft- ball, volleyball facilities & acres of woods for hiking. Workshop topics for this year include "Sports Equity for Women and Girls" presented by Sue Mottinger and Dr. Carolyn Mitchell - "Eco-Feminism" presented by Mary Ann Jasper, "Jobs with Justice - Coalition Building in East Texas- panel discussion, "Women's Spirituality and the Femin ist" - panel TBA and the deciding of the 1989 Feminist Legislative Agenda. Lucia Bettler of Houston is scheduled to speak on Feminism and Spirituality. She is a former nun whose path has led her to discover an alternative spirituality based on women's connections to the cycles of the earth, helping women get in touch with the rhythms of nature & thus the cycles of their own lives. She owns Lucia's Garden, a store which features books & other items related to Womens Spirituality and conducts classes on herbalism, meditation and creating sacred space. The convention is open to non- NOW members as well as members* at very reasonable rates, which includes meals. A children's Day camp is available with a full program of activities for those in need of childcare. Saturday night entertainment will feature Nancy Scott from Austin. She will perform at 9pm, Saturday, Sept. 10 under the stars. *open to men ORDER PORH "fly Feminist Roots" T-Shirt $12.00 (plus $1 tax plus $1.50 postage, total $14.50) Quantity discounts available Consignment agreements available on a limited basis 100% cotton....Ted, pink, turquoise... .PI ,L, X-L 50/50 blend....red or purple....WfLfX-L For mora information call (306) 793-0582 flail orders to: NOW, P.O. Box 83 Lubbock, TX 79408 Hake checks payable to "Texas NOW" BE SURE YOUR ORDER INCLUDES A SECONDARY CHOICE ON COLOR. ALSO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE * NUNBER IN CASE WE HAVE TO CONTACT YOU. ! _H_aCX_H-H-KB>OC-K-H-XSK-K^ GREENS ORGANIZE BOYCOTT AGAINST ELECTRIC COMPANIES by Gary Stuard The Greens have finally arrived in Houston! A social/political movement based on ecological principles, the Greens adhere to the following ten key values: ecological wisdom, grassroots democracy, personal and social responsibility, nonviolence, decentralization, community-based economics, postpatriarchal values, respect for diversity, global responsibility, future focus/ sustainability. The Houston/Galveston Greens first sponsored event will be the First Annual Texas Watt- out. We will be asking Texans to turn off their lights and appliances on Nov. 10, between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. We are organizing this boycott in order to protest unfair utility rate increases and the South Texas Nuclear project, as well as to educate the public concerning alternative energy sources and technologies and the need for conservation. Organizations interested in participating in this event should call 326-3213 or 952- 5024. First Regional Gathering Texas Confederation of GREENS Sat. Sept. 10 1 - 6pm Sun. Sept. 11, 9am - lpm In San Antonio, Texas at the Crockett Hotel, overlooking the Alamo. Persons committed to a just and ecologically wise society are called to take part in the first regional meeting of Greens in Texas. Learn more Green Politics and Values— * Ecological wisdom * Grassroots Democracy * Personal/Social Responsibility * Nonviolence * Community-Based Economics * Gender Equality * Respect for Diversity * Global Responsibility * Future Focus/Sustainability * Decentralization Help establish a regional base for Green organizing and action in Texas. Those wishing to participate, send $15.00 (check only) to Lone Star Green, 908 East 56th St., Austin, TX 78751. Call (512)454-4119 or 952-5024 for additional information. WE CANT LET A LITTLE THING LIKE HUMAN A/EED INTERFERE WITH &USIUESS PAGE 5