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Daily Breakthrough, November 20, 1977 - Page 32. November 20 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/663/show/661.

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Title Daily Breakthrough, November 20, 1977
Use and Reproduction No Copyright - United States
Date November 20 1977
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Company
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  • Women
  • Feminism
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  • Texas
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  • newsletters
  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript Meet the Press Graphic designer Constance Robertson-Cota called up two weeks ago to ask how she could help with the production of the special IWY issues. She was immediately appointed Art Director and is one of the official "all-nighters." Her husband, Michael, has come to see her five out of the last seven mornings at the drafting table. Vikki Lightman recently moved here from New York City and came in one day to work on production. Her husband, Marshal, cooked a gourmet dinner for 20 of our volunteers every night this past week. 1 Cheryl Knott works full-time on another newspaper but started her second job with Breakthrough last September. She kept track of all IWY events, became our features editor and worked the press room during the conference. the 'all-nighters' At Breakthrough's five year birthday party for Ms. last July, Gloria Steinem encouraged us to take on the IWY Conference daily-similar to one published at the Mexico City Conference. Full-time editor Janice Blue has been working on this project ever since-in addition to our regular monthlies. She started Breakthrough two years ago with editor Gabrielle Cosgriff, a Houston businesswoman. Gabrielle shares her "other life" with Breakthrough and her two A-student athletes, Michael, 12, Carolyn, 11, and husband, John. plus 100 others Barbara Lejeune, a Breakthrough editor in our earlier days, moved to Washington state a few months ago and took to sea—working on a salmon troller. She bade farewell to the outdoor life and flew down to spend a month indoors. She typeset every word of every conference issue. Janet Beals stopped off in Galveston after a vacation in Mexico. She saw Breakthrough there and the next day arrived on our doorstep ready to work. Editor of the Harrisburg (Penn.) Women's News, Janet has spent the last five weeks making herself indispensable to Breakthrough in news, features and production.