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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 3, No. 8, August 1975 - Page 4. August 1975. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5080/show/5078.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 3, No. 8, August 1975
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date August 1975
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Transcript Page 4 FRANCES HICKS AT C.O.M. On Monday evening, July 28, Frances Hicks, president of Bay Area N.O.W., spoke as an E.R.A. advocate to a seminar on "Women and the Law" at College of the Mainland at Texas City. She was opposed in debate by Charlotte Jackson, a member of WWWW and the Texas City Church of Christ. Frances's presentation stressed the importance of the Equal Rights Amendment as a needed constitutional affirmation of the value of women and as an issue illuminating problems that all women face in common as citizens of this country. She ably fielded questions from Jackson's supporters on abortion, the military draft, unisex bathrooms, etc. WE ARE PROUD TO CLAIM... Ann Merritt McClung, our member who recently left the employ of NASA at the Johnson Space Center for a new appointment as Federal Women's Program Coordinator, Office of Contract Compliance, DCASR, in New Orleans. This position is similar to one for which she had applied at JSC last year. Ann has filed a Complaint of Discrimination against NASA at JSC, asserting discrimination in regard to sex and also in regard to race Cteprisal for association"), although she is caucasoid. The complaint names six individual members of NASA management, including James Fletcher, head of the agency. In addition to her feminist activities, Ann served as First Vice-President of Local 2284, American Federation of Government Employees at JSC for the past two years. Background material on the position of women in the space program and particularly at JSC will appear in next month's Newsletter. FALL COURSES OF INTEREST - UH at CLC ANTH 4931 - Topic: Women and Society - Instructor: Dorita Sewell The course will be an eclectic survey of facts and ideas about women, emphasizing anthropology and related work in other disciplines. It will draw on data about men and women in various past and contemporary societies, including conceptions of sexual differentiation, sexual typing and sexual symbolism, sex roles, women's subcultures, etc. HIST 4931 - Eros and Society - Instructor: B. Jaye Miller Approach will be broadly historical but will include readings from psychology, sociology, and anthropology. Will examine variety and changes in social roles, history and ideology of the women's and other sexual liberation movements, the changing nature of the family and childhood as they relate to the general issue of love and sexuality. LITR 5931 - WOmen in Literature - Instructor: Gretchen Mieszkowski About women's lives, possibilities, feelings about themselves, and their societies' conceptions of them. An historical and contemporary course, concerning what life has been for women, as literature depicts it. SOCI 4535 - Minorities in America - Instructor: Thomas McFaul Course will study several of America's minority groups - a category in which women are included. (??!) SOCI 6131 - Social Stratification - Instructor: Thomas McFaul Who gets what and why in American society where wealth, power and prestige are concerned. An examination of mechanisms of inequality as well as the dynamic social processes that seek to alter them.