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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 3, No. 11, November 1975 - Page 3. November 1975. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 30, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/6269/show/6266.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 3, No. 11, November 1975
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Date November 1975
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Transcript 3. — Betty Yancey, Twiss Butler, and Rachel Reed need NOW NEWS workers to: - furnish information - brainstorm - type - deliver finished masterpiece to printer - collate and staple said masterpiece - address and stamp same - deliver same to areas near you (here, a grateful nod to Nellie Wegmann, Nassau Bay) COMMUNICATIONS from LINDA EICHBLATT... Interested in joining a Women in Employment Task Force? Among other things, this Task Force could: 1) compile a list of "Women For Hire" in the Bay Area—examples are wallpaper hangers, physicians, typists* 2) Study the situation with regard to pay scales, benefits, promotion possibilities, and working conditions of women, with emphasis on major employers in the Bay Area. 3) Talk to civic groups about employment discrimination. 4) Freelance hellraising. There will probably be a Southern Region N.O.W. Conference in Atlanta specifically on the subject of Women in Employment. It is tentatively planned for a Jan. or Feb. weekend. One workshop is to be "How to Organize Women at Work." Other workshops are in the making. Still interested? Call Linda Eichblatt, 488-7170, x255, or 488-4382 after 5 pm. from ANN SMITH... On Thursday, Oct. 23, a discussion group met at my home to discuss an article on the Family and its history and how it relates to the economy. If there is continued interest in a group meeting, perhaps once a month, further discussion topics might be: 1) Women & work - problems women confront working both in and out of the home. 2) Selected articles on women and psychtherapy (e.g. Phyllis Chessler's Women and Madness). 3) Readings, essays by some early feminists - relating them to the present women's movement. Other ideas would be welcome. If you would like to participate in one or all of these sessions, call Ann Smith 488-6213. Meeting times will be arranged. Thursday evenings seem to be a good time. from NANCY WHITECOTTON & RUSTY RICHARDS... CLUW (Coalition of Labor Union Women) is having.its Regional Conference on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 9:30 am to 4 pm at the Motion Picture Operators Hall, 1815 Walker. Topics include a morning session - affirmative action - speaker Dr. Earl Williams, director of the Center For Human Resources at UH. Lunch served. Afternoon session - a panel on Organizing the Unorganized - Joan Suarez, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America; David Jackson, Teamster Hospital Drive; Debbie Leonards, National CLUW executive board and Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers. Spaghetti supper. Conference fee $2. More information: R. Richards 488-5546 or N. Whitecotton 483-4086. from JEANNE SALETAN... A suggestion for a feature called CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING DAY BY DAY which would capture things that happen or things that we wish would have happened in relation to CR of sexual stereotypes. She offers a real life incident from that day's drafting class: Mona: I think I'll ask Leonard to help with the housework this weekend, even thought I did get my floors done yesterday. Lisa: I am wondering...does Leonard ever call them MY floors? Jeanne continues...1 see many opportunities to speak up each day for a feminist point of view with humor, with taste, with lightness. It is a good therapy for us because the constant release of comment keeps us flexible and in touch with our sisters and with all men. And keeps us from turning sour. There is a place for lost opportunities too, those times when "I wish I had said" or "I wish I had done..." Write it out as a narrative, as a dialogue, draw it as a cartoon, or some form of your own making and send it to NOW NEWS.