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Title Broadside, Vol. 7, No. 4, April 1976
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date April 1976
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Transcript task force reports EMPLOYMENT TASK FORCE The employment task force was officially launched March 6 with a workshop training us in the legal rights of women in the employment area. Caliph Johnson of the Southwest Institute for Equal Employment gave an interesting and enlightening presentation on the law and discrimination. Sylvia Roberts, one of our own, inspired us with a talk about the future goals and possibilities of our task force. Our next meeting will be held Thursday, April 1, 7:30 PM at the Women's Center. If you missed the workshop but are still interested in joining us, please come to this meeting. Nikki R. Van Hightower WRITE ON! According to the National Task Force on Older Women, the situation is critical concerning the displaced homemakers bill. It must pass the House of Representatives by May 14 or it is dead for this year. The displaced homemakers bill, HR 10272, would recognize the "invaluable contribution to the welfare and economic stability of the Nation" made by the home- maker. The bill would require HEW to establish multipurpose service programs for divorced or widowed homemakers who have difficulty in securing employment because of their lack of salable skills. Write Rep. A.F. Hawkins, Chair of the Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities, and ask him to set an immediate hearing on HR 10272. You should also write your own Representative and ask her/him to urge Hawkins to pass the bill out of his subcommittee . Abortion is an issue we keep having to refight. There is a strong, heavily financed effort to amend the U.S. Constitution to destroy a woman's right to control her own body. Write your Representative and Senators and tell them you do not want any such amendment. Emphasize that abortion is a decision that should be left up to the individual, not the State. GARAGE SALE! Saturday and Sunday, April 10 & 11, from 9 to 4, at 2504 Helena. Bring your odds and ends and leave them on the porch. Then come back and shop! If you'll bake something to sell, call Nancy Kuykendall (664-41 52 eves). If you'll take a shift as a salesperson, call Jan Pierce (524-3009 days; 522-1278 eves). 3