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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 3, No. 3, March 1975
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Transcript DATES TO REMEMBER. March 6 Program meeting: Dr. Nanette Bruckner, Professor of Psychology at University of Houston Clear Lake City will speak on " The World of Prostitution". March 7-9 NOW State Convention in Austin at the Sheraton Crest. Come get to know your Texas Sisterslllll March 10 Monthly Rap Session at Linda McCollum's has been cancelled for the month of March. March 20 Board Meeting 7:00 to 8:00 in the Sunday School room at Uniting Church. Business Meeting- Immediately after Board Meeting in Main room of Uniting Church. Newletter items need to be handed in at this time to Twiss Butler gr Marge Randal. April 5 Annual Harris County Womenfs Political Caucus ConventLon at the University of Houston Continuing Education Center. ERA INFORMATION Lobbying Day at Austin was a hage success. Over 225 feminists scattered all over the Capital t^at day, visiting legislators,, celebrating Susan B. Anthony's birthday, and attending meetings with Speaker of the House, Billy Clayton and Lieutenant-Gov. Bill Hobby. Some legislators received us warmly, some stood back and •eyed" us cautiously, and some just "beat It" out the back door of the Capit ol as soon as the session was over for that week. Bill Hobby said that his mail is running 40 to 1 against ERA, but he believes these Anti-ERAMs fears to be unfounded. As expected, Billy Clayton, in his own unique style, reiterated his ppposition to the ERA and the ELRA(Texas1 Equal Legal Rights Amendment). He bases his stand of ERA on religious grounds, and the fact thatMThe nomen in his district don't want it." Hermifte Tobolpsky and Martha Dickey of Dallas are working on an ERA pam- plet geared to what the ERA would mean to Texans. Sonia Carmean and Mary Buxton have been busy lately starting student organizations at the University of Houston^Clear Lake City and Main Campus respectively. The organization is called. PER, People for Equal Rights, and their purpose is to distribute ERA material on these campuses and encourage letter writing among the students. Marge Randal and Mary Buxton have done some public speaking this month for the ERA. A.nd Frances Hicks attended a Press Conference in Austin on Feb, 8 representing the Bay Area Coalition for the ERA. HOUSTON AREA FEMINIST CREDIT UNION Bay Area NOW has joined Houston area feminists to form our own feminist credit union. Houston NCW, Northwest NCW, Women'sPolitical Caucus, and the Coalition of Labor Union Women are members also. A credit union is a cooperative savings and loan association owned by people with a common bond or tie between them. Feminist credit unions, which already have opened in nine cities throughout the U.S.A.) are something special because we can help women single, married, or divorced,establish credit in their own names. For more information contact Laura Oren, 528-363I or Linda McCollum,488-0950.