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Title Broadside-Herizons Coalition, April 1981
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Date April 1981
Publisher National Organization for Women. Houston Chapter; Coalition of Greater Houston National Organization for Women Chapters
Description Broadside, Vol. 12, No. 4; Herizons, Vol. 6, No. 4
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  • Feminism
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Transcript April, 1981 BROADSIDE/HERIZONS Page 13 that women can remain in their own communities and still be involved. There are project centers being set up across the country in which she will oversee and control the completed works. J. Chicaco will be making six cartoons of the basic images relating specifically to the birth process. They will be enlarged as much as 5ft. by 7ft. and distributed for completion under her supervision. They will be done in needlework forms such as quilting, applique and embroidery. This work will be a creative distribution of the images affirming the experiences of women. If you would like to be involved with "The Birth Project", please contact Barbara H. Michels, Texas Arts and Cultural Organization, 4601 University Oaks, Houston, TX 77004 or call 527-8434. This is an outstanding opportunity to become involved with a Chicago creation of art. The city of Chicago is the chosen site for the National Computer Conference this year, and the Association for Women in Computing are none too happy about it. At one point a boycott of the NCC was being considered, but members of the AWC decided to wear black arm bands instead as a means of their protest. AWC President, Linda Taylor, stated that the only thing to be done this year is make attendees aware that Illinois is an unratified state. She felt it would not be advantageous to take on the NCC, computer industry, and American Federation of Information Processing Societies. **The 1965 Voting Rights Act will come up for reauthoriza- tion in 1982. Strom Thurmond, Chairman of the Judicia.ry Committee in the U.S. Senate, intends to delete or modify certain passages in the Act which would cause serious ramifications for minorities in this country. What his exact intentions are seems to be a well kept secret. After contacting various agencies, etc. I ended up with over four versions of what is going on with this matter. Therefore, I suggest strongly that we write to Senator Thurmond and request an explanation of his stand pertaining to this and let him know of our concern. WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE A TRIP TO THE STATE CAPITOL? Well here is your chance. There will be another "exodus" to Austin, via chartered bus, for various hearings and to lobby our legislators on April 7th. Contact Jeanne Saletan at 471-2862. A routine work day, or the Capitol-which one?