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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1980 - Page 4. July 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4997/show/4990.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 1980
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date July 1980
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Transcript (continued) After the representatives of each group spoke, Evie asked the froup (1) Where do we go from here? 2) Why do we do the activities we do? Marj Randal said "It makes us feel good." Rema Lou Brown - "We can share the anger*" Nora Mertz said "Pay your dues*" Roberta Blackburn -"Women's privileges will be taken away if they don't *rork for them." Jean Saletan -uWomen don't know women's history; we and they need to learn it* There has been a deliberate burying of women's history." Twiss Butler - "Each way a woman wants to work in the movement is O.K. Find your area. 'I am a propagandist, I want to change the way people think*'" Evie read a passage from a book by Rita May Brown, then offered the following closing personal commentary: "We in this group may have the opportunity to fight not only the battle for ourselves, but for the contemporary women who can't, and for future generations of women*" With the Program part of the meeting concluded, Evie extended an open invitation for any/all to stay for the Business Meeting. After a 15—minute break the business meeting began at 10?00 with 29 in attendance* Announcements included: 1. Phyllis Tucker (944-0033) said Donna Voght, Corpus Christi **** member, in trauma at Ben Taub & needs blood donations* 2. Marj Randal (488-4396/488-9216) is forming a Women and Divorce Support Group at Un/GLC beginning 6/11, 7:30, uh/CLC Co msel ing Center* 3* Dorothy Howard (486-0792) said anyone interested in beginning a C-R group contact her or Marj Randal* It can be at Dorothy's home* 4* Phyllis Tucker has been elected State Coordinator for ^Ort# 5* Dorothy Howard has been elected District Coordinator of American Federation of Government Employees* 6* cbnnie HUVaii has been elected «0w state Communications Coordinator* 7* Thank you to Rema Lou Brown and Pat Kuhlman for acting as Co-Chairs of Volunteer Docents for The Dinner Party* 8. Evie Whitsett (488-1777) said the Social Security sponsored Outreach Program will be June 26, $10.00 fee. 9. Bonnie Huval said Fathers Day for ERA, June 15, sponsored by Men Allied Nationally for 10. Jean Saletan (471-2862) announced availability of ERA letter-writing kits. 11. Thank you to Rachel Suarez for use of her office* 12. T*is©"Butler(444-4764) said that Karen Clark (488-6493) has textbooks for review. Review deadline is 6/20* 13• Phyllis Tucker (944-0033) said riAi*FGU Friends Fund Run at Memorial Park, 6/28, 7:30 AMf $6.00 entrance fee. 14* Look forward to August 9 Texas Now Advance-Retreat. Following announcements, Evie called for election nominations* Bonnie Huval called for self- nominations for Representatives to &>* State Council. Rema Lou Brown self-nominated as well as nominating in absentia Pat Kuhlman* This was seconded and passed by consensus. Alternate ^eps self- nominated were Borbie Faulkner & Christina haight. This was se*» conded and passed by consensus. Evie asked for self-nominations for Treasurer of ^a^uw# Dorstfay Howard self-nominated, ^arie Stimson moved nominations cease; second was heard* Passed by consensus* Marj Randal received a "Well-done" for her years of continuous accuracy in this demanding position as Treasurer* Dorothy asked all to think of fund raisers. Jean Saletan suggested selling hats at the San Antonio National NO** Convention. It was announced that Jeannie Meyer is to be the contact for