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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 9, No. 4, April 1981
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Date April 1981
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Transcript WANTED: Are you a person who is enthusiastic? Do you recognize our need to inform the public correctly as to the real goals of NOW? Are you interested in helping women to get the recognition they deserve? Then you should apply NOW to be BANOW public information task force chair!! The position will give you experience and contacts with the working press of the area. Minimal typing and writing, skills helpful but not mandatory* Help us to humanize feminism for the general public* Contact Pat Kuhlmann, ^88-3278, immediately. WANTED: This position is for the person who wants to stay informed on a critical public issue and who will keep others informed of attempts to undermine a major basic freedom. BANOW needs1 a chair for the Reproductive Rights Task Force!!! This position must be filled immediately* Texas NOW has an active Repro Rights Task Force that will give you help with materials and action cues* Contact Pat Kuhlmann, ^88-3278., NOW!! DATES TO PUT ON YOUR CALENDARS!!!! March 28: Women and Religion Task Force meeting—see BANOW News item. March 29: SW Houston Neighborhood Call—anti-HLA public awareness** March 30: Women's Lobby f81 Alliance meeting—see BANOW News item April 2: BA NOW meeting--UH/CLC Room 1-316 April k: Houston Women TAKE BACK THE NIGHT—see BA NOW News item April 7: Austin Trek—Major hearing schedule on variety of compulsory pregnancy bills in state legislature. You are NEEDED!*** April 15: BA NOW business meeting and deadline for.BANOW News for May* ?:30 PM 1529 Bonanza June 26-28: Texas NOW State Convention in Dallas, Tx. **SW Houston Neighborhood Call: Volunteers are needed to help with anti-HLA petition drive and build public awareness of the compulsory pregnancy move in Texas. Assemble at 1 pm for orientation and materials at the Southwest Women1s Clinic, 6565 Demoss* (Behind the Safeway at the intersection of Bellaire and Hillcroft.) The walk will be from 2 pm to 6 pm* Call Jean Saletan, ^71-2862, for information or car pool!! Read the on the trek friends! Women's Lobby f81 Alliance materials for more information to Austin—Plan on making this freedom ride and bring your Save those aluminum cans—Coors is making regular contributions to our treasury (poetic justice) through the efforts of Betty Yancey to collect cans and redeem them. Make Coors pay. Call Betty Yancey, 337-1383* The ultraright wing may not be satisfied even if they manage to get a Constitutional ban against abortions. In the November 24, 1980, "National Right to Life News," Burke Balch, past president of a group called National Youth Prolife Coalition, commented that a so-called Human Life Amendment wouldn't work effectively without a network of informers. He suggests that antiabortion forces set up such an informants' network throughout the country to monitor "through the grapevines of community .gossip . . . the performance of surreptitious abortions." iBUMMmth 1981 Donald Pomerleau, appointee to President Ronald Reagan's "Administration of Justice" task force, thinks that all women are "little balls of fluff." Pomerleau is the police commissioner for the city of Baltimore, Maryland. He was testifying in a sex-discrimination suit brought by four female police officers contending that men with lower test scores were promoted to sergeants ahead of more qualified women. Pomerleau told the* court that he thinks "all women are little balls of fluff in the eyes of the Creator. It's an endearing term I would use to' describe my wife." —HER SAY