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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 3, No. 4, May 1978 - Page 7. May 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 29, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5723/show/5720.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 3, No. 4, May 1978
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Date May 1978
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Transcript Order back issues of Breakthrough while they last! January 1976 NOW challenges Stevens' nomination to Supreme Court Breakthrough offers film grant AP makes stew of newsmakers Power: tool or weapon? What's the score?: Interview with Jan Cunningham on women in sports Editorials: We Want Gertrude Nurse on Board February 1976 Nurse denied seat on Harris County Hospital Board Sissy's President! ''What Makes Women's News News?" Classy restaurants dish out second-rate service to women Olga knows her racket Editorial: Pappy flunks test December 1976 Tis the season of wife beating Will women wear 'the bacj|^y^|^ares'? The Hite Report: Women express sexual honesty Macho! Brutal or brave? Christmas rough on supermoms A cure in sight for mathophobics Editorial: Smut is smut, but . . . January 1977 Come Celebrate Our First Birthday: Breakthrough Media Awards and Woman of the Year Are "city fathers" anti-mothers? Daughters: Will our children be different? UH/CLC: Enroll in women's studies Bonnie Brown: Energy in her music Editorial: Nikki Van Hightower October 1977 Special: Election Issue Women and minorities at-large Run-off predicted in controller race Running against incumbents: uphill all the way (Mayor) Class of '77: Who's most likely to succeed? Editorial: Voter's guide November 18, 19,20, 1977 SPECIAL: Daily Breakthrough These three historic issues report on the First National Women's Conference in Houston. December 1977-January 1978 March 1976 Brown confirmed as City Civil Service Director Home birth delivery by midwife Viveca Lindfors shares life as a woman Ad image ad nauseum to women Women Olympic athletes take six medals Editorial: Are airwaves ours? April 1976 UT regents scalpel nurses Democratic hopefuls rated "Winnin' Wimmen"-not by a longhorn! Breast lump? See an oncologist Editorial: Vote feminist May 1 May 1976 Karen Silkwood's death probed Teacher fired over "Masculinity" questionnaire Mothers lead varied lives Portia's Law: Mother's rights in the workplace Ethics of male-practices explored Editorial: Look at the record June-July 1976 Women's Advocate named UT regent actions politicize nurses Men: How the other half live Joan Baez talks woman-to-woman Portia's Law: Maternity leave Is there equality before God? Editorial: Can strong survive? August-September 1976 Rolling Stones promote violence Democratic convention women compromise How Elizabeth Ray helped Jimmy Carter Texas targeted for texts Cover model talks to feminists Portia's Law: Women and insurance Women writer's works explored Prostitute meeting becomes "media event" Editorial: Ban porn-violence October 1976 2000 years of tradition broken: Women enter priesthood Breakthrough polls area candidates An anti-abortion meeting: Morning sickness all day long YWCA shelters women in crisis How to choose a doctor HISD girls' athletics left at the post "Herricanes" gear up for pro football Editorial: Regents or kings? November 1976 "Manpower" wastes womanpower "Virgin Vault" for women students: UH dorm policy opposed Carter vs. Ford: Is there a choice? Warning: Your gynecologist may be dangerous to your health Remember the Alamo? Women were there, too! Editorial: In Karen (Silkwood's) memory February 1977 SOLD OUT March 1977 SOLD OUT April 1977 Special Issue on the Women's Advocate: City hall follies Fearless Fred Hofheinz Nikki and the media What's next? Women running for office TNA & THA: An open war Editorial: Political suicide May 1977 Special: Women in broadcasting Media women air views on careers Still a man's world: statistically speaking Mother's Day Diary ERA's Texas history Hazel Bracken: Time and an open mind White House meets on gay rights Equal pay for equal play Editorials: Forgotten women ERA: Economic boycott June 1977 Special: Chicanas Chicanas: How we feel Interview with Maria Torres, mother of Joe Campos Torres Still no shelter for battered women Austin roundup: lobbying for women's issues Novelists talk about their writing Editorial: Policewomen July-August 1977 Special: Men Breakthrough's 1977 "Men on our side" Awards for best performances in supporting roles Confessions of a male secretary The heartbreak of testosterone poisoning A talk with Texas' First Gentleman IWY Texas Women's Meeting: Report on delegations- pink ladies, Chicanas, lesbians Women feel powerless in gay community Candidate for city controller: Kathy Whitmire Shere Hite's male sex questionnaire Editorial: Homophobia September 1977 Special: Women in Business The Risk Takers: The 4% who start businesses Women who work at body awareness Texas: Dumping ground for sexist texts Will area women lose abortion rights? Insurance against sex/marital bias Texas women poets: Vassar Miller, Susan Bright, J. Whitebird, Linda Love'll * Editorial: Hurricane warning Special: Woman photographers Whitmire: A first at last Rape crisis in Houston Linda Cryer: On rape prevention Gavel-to-gavel: A last look at IWY Motherhood: A new series for parents What kind of person reads Breakthrough! four pages of findings from the first readership survey Editorial: Remember November? February 1978 Meet the Mayor Three women in the mayor's office Rape: Media vs. police-The right to be informed Sailing the Caribbean on Sapho II Poets: Rosemary Catacalos, Martha Courtot, Naomi Shihab Streetfarmer's Co-op Editorials: Tribute to Nikki Little rapes March 1978 Cowboy's world, cowgirl's place From Reverence to Rape ... to reconciliation: Interview with New York film critic Molly Haskell Artist Jan Beauboeuf: Neon sketches Motherhood: Home birth of Nate Kern Asker Breakthrough's Second Birthday Party Violence begins at home Guest Editorial: Abortion by Maury Forman April 1978 Special Election Issue: You be the judge! Chandler Davidson interviews Billie Carr The Barbara Jordan seat: Who deserves to win? Governor's race: Election time is compromise time Feminist vote split on U.S. Senate race Attorney General's race: Courting the women's vote Guess who's running for office? Interviews with five women candidates The bar rules on the bench A guide to the county court system Guest Editorial: Clout by Nikki Van Hightower Are you missing any? Houston Breakthrough has limited quantities of most past issues! If you need one to complete your collection, or if one of the issues listed above has an article of special interest, use this form to place your order. We will mail them to you promptly. Please send the following back issues: Enclosed is my check for $ .. All issues are $1.00 each, including postage and handling, except for the IWY issues (Nov. 18, 19, 20; 1977) which are $3.00 per set plus $1.00 postage. Name:. Address:. City/State/Zip: HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH MAY 1978