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Title Broadside, Vol. 6, No. 7, July 1975
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date July 1975
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript point of view I know, I know. This issue of the BROADSIDE looks different, doesn't it? It's part of our overall entire chapter summer cleanup evaluation campaign. We hope you like it and we welcome any comments you might have on the new format. The main problem now facing our chapter is this: Over the past few months we have fallen away from our main goal (changing the system) and have let ourselves evolve into a semi-social service agency. It's the old dichotomy between action and service. One of the reasons we have been slipping has been the lack of time to do effective analysis of our local structure. The past eight months have been spent in successfully fighting a state-wide effort to rescind the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment as well as other legislative battles. Now that those battles have been won (if not the war), it is time to set our house in order. At the June Board Meeting we discussed our present structure and our chapter goals. Our task forces are being reevaluated. A task force should be: (l) a group of people (not one or two people), (2) working on one or more specific tasks (not a vague itch to make the world a better place), (3) that can be accomplished within a fairly definite time frame. Instead, we've pretty much turned into one Giant Referral Service. We must cut down on our referrals and get back to changing the system. How we will do it will be decided at the Board Meeting on Monday, July 7, 8 PM at the Women's Center. You are all invited to come and give us your ideas. HOUSTON NOW OFFICERS: President Jan Dilbeck Vice President Nancy Kuykendall Secretary Beverly Horton Treasurer Norma Lee BROADSIDE STAFF: Linda Butler Marion Coleman Jan Dilbeck Annie Leocadi Copyright 1975. Jan Pierce Alice Shrader Mary Ross Rhyne