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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date February 1974
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  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • National Organization for Women
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript February' 1974 BROADSIDE Page 9 MINI-REVUE The Rights of Women: An ACLU Handbook by Susan C. Ross (Avon Publishers, $1.25) This new paperback ponders in handy form a great deal of specific information about women's rights and methods of fighting any infringement of those rights. Chapter headings are: Constitutional Rights, Employment Discrimination, Education, Mass Media, Crimes and Tuvenile Delinquency, Right to Control One's Body, Divorce, Names and Name Change, The Legal System, and a grab-bag chapter of assorted O's and A's. An appendix lists state laws and sources of legal and/or feminist aid. The book's not exhaustive -- although some areas, such as credit discrimination, may just not be very susceptible to legal definition and attack. But it is brand new, written by lawyers who specialize in women's rights, and backed by the ACLU with its long experience in matters of civil rights. For all those occasions when you wonder just exactly how badly your rights got trampled, and what to do about it, this book is perfect. For only $1.25 it is a real bargain. Bright lavender, orange, and yellow cover will clash with any decor and make the book easy to locate even in the dark.. .nice in case energy crisis worsens. Mary Ross Rhyne A CONTEST! The FCC Task Force announces: a CONTEST. We want to encourage the persons who write letters to the media concerning its treatment of women to send copies of the letters to the FCC Task Force. Therefore, prizes will be given to the persons who write (1) the most letters, and (2) the best single letter. The contest covers the time period from February 1 through April 15 . The copies can either be mailed to the FCC Task Force at the Women's Center or given to one of the judges. All entries must be in no later than April 17. Tanice Blue, Rosalind Curtis, and Betty Barnes will act as judges. The person writing the most letters will receive a copy of the excellent stereo album "Mountain Moving Day" by two women's liberation bands. The prize for best letter is an important feminist book from the University Boulevard Bookstore. Winners will be announced at the May program meeting. Remember, send us only copies of your letters -- be sure the originals go to where they can do the most good. UP AGAINST THE WALL, YOU GUYS Writer Natalie Gittelson will be in town February 4-7. Word is out that she has some front money from a publisher to do research on a book concerning the effect of women's liberation on husbands, boyfriends, roommates or whatever you prefer to call the men with whom you are involved. Gittelson hopes to set up interviews with local talent. She'll be staying at the Warwick so you can be interviewed in comfort. If you are interested, call Jeanne Necaise to set up an appointment, 772-4843.