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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date January 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript Tanuary 1974 BROADSIDE Page 3 _ TASK FORCE REPORTS REPRODUCTION AND ITS CONTROL Please - NOW - write your U.S. Senators and Representatives and urge them to support our right to choose abortion. The January issue of Ms. states that the anti-abortionists have chosen January 22 (the first anniversary of the Supreme Court decision) for a massive lobbying effort. Your U.S. Senators are: The Honorable Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. The Honorable John G. Tower Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 If you do not know who your Congressman is, call the League of Women Voters, 5 29-3171, and they can tell you. We all believe that freedom of choice is our right - we'd better also believe that this right can be taken away from us and made, instead, into a privilege for a few. Nancy Kuykendall FCC A better employment record for women in broadcasting and new directions in programming for women were the main issues in our meetings with television management this month. Negotiations will continue right up to license renewal time — summer of '74. The most effective way all members can help our efforts is to join our "praise or protest" letter campaign. When you see a program or ad that you feel merits NOW-listener feedback, please bring it to our attention. As an example of the effect of letters, Channel 11 told us they stopped carrying the national NOW spot, "This perfectly normal, health child has a handicap. She was born female.", because listeners complained that the use of "handicap" was in bad taste. Channel 8 is still running it and if you feel they should continue to do so, please write. This fall Channel 8 has also been running a weekly series on Tuesdays at 6:30 called WOMAN from WNED-TV, Buffalo. It is a mature and intelligent discussion program on topics such as Women and Politics. In order to encourage programs like this or to begin a local series on issues of the changing roles of women (and men) in society today, we asked the audience at the Feminist Film Festival to write Channel 8. Because of their letters, Program Director Sharon Blair said they would be continuing the series in the spring. Now, although this series is a "first" in many ways, it cannot go without criticism. We would like those of you who felt that having only men as guests on the two-part continued