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Title Harris County Women's Political Caucus, December 1977
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Date December 1977
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE - NOV. 28 -21 FROM A DELEGATE'S CHAIR ; JO STEWART June 27: I've been elected a delegate to the National Women's Conference. Setting aside difference and working together to support a slate, a coalition of women's organizations, elected 52 delegates and one alternate for our side. Our bottom line: ERA. Nov. 17: At the pre-conference meeting of the Texas delegation, TWPC members, a Black, a Chicano and a native American were elected our leaders. Liaisons were designated to '"bring us the word" from the Pro-Plan and other caususes. From that harmonious beginning to the closing gavel, I was on a personal high that hasn't dissipated yet. All of us-an old hand at politicking to the absolute neophyte-shared a sense of comradrie, unity, BONDING (that male psychologist claim women cannot achieve) that kept us moving, moving ahead, Nov. 18: 8:45-11 a.m. Standing in line at the Hyatt to get registered as a delegate. No conference packet aveailable. In a snafu which became SOP, 10,000 packets were ripped off. 11 - 1 p.m. I settle for a seat on the wall to watch Bella Abzug, the runners, the torch and the walkers in procession. 4 p.m. - City Hal 1: Been anxious about the Welcoming Rally. ftxs been controversial. Relief ; there is a good crowd. Flo Kennedy is great! 6 p.m. - ER. America: What a press of people. Fire marshal Is prohibit the sale of any more admission tickets. The momentum is picking up - Few can actually hear the speakers, but the energy is fantasticl No. 19: 10 a.m. Gloria Scott, beautiful, vibrant black woman; Co-chair, IWY Commission; President, Girl Schouts of America, gavels the meeting open. Look at the women seated on the platform; Barbara Jordan, three First Ladles, Gloria Steinem, 0'Leary, the Commissioners - special women, the well known and lesser f<nown. They have brought this meeting from the drawing board to structure. Gloria introduces Bella, then Roselynn Carter, who brings greetings from the President. She graciously thanks her predecessors - Lady Bird Johnson for her concern for the environment? Betty Ford for her courageous and outspoken fight against cancer. We respond to Ford with the pride women have felt for her since she first expressed her views on women's rights. The women's drum and bugle corps, dressed in silver centurion outfits, enters the hall. What a soul-moving, spine-chilling experience this is!, The torch is carried by four outstanding women athletes.