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National plan of action adopted at National Women"s Conference, Nov. 18-21, 1977, Houston, Tex

United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women"s Year

National plan of action adopted at National Women"s Conference, Nov. 18-21, 1977, Houston, Tex

by United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women"s Year

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Published by National Commission on the Observance of International Women"s Year : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Of. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States -- Congresses,
  • Women"s rights

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNational Women"s Conference
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. ;
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14210370M

    National Organization for Women (NOW) - Houston Area, Houston, TX. 11K likes. NOW is the oldest and largest women's rights organization in the United States taking action to bring women Followers: 11K.   FACT SHEET: The United States National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security “The goal is as simple as it is profound: to empower half the world’s population as equal partners in preventing conflict and building peace in countries threatened and affected by war, violence and insecurity.

    In this November photo, U.S. Rep. Barbara Jordan, D-Houston, gives the keynote address at the National Women's Conference in Houston as .   The last National NOW Conference in the Motor City was 30 years ago, and women have gained much ground during that time. With the inspiration of thrilling speakers, the wide range of exhilarating workshops, and the energy of women nationwide hungry for change, this year’s NOW conference is sure to make a lasting impact on the struggle for.

    The National Organization for Women (NOW) NOW, The National Organization for Women was founded in nineteen sixty-six and approaches and greatly supports women’s rights. People were unhappy with the oucome of Conference delegates denying the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) from pushing to end sex discrimination. “The author of The . Houston produces new alliances and a drive for grass-roots power The battle was over—and to the curators went the spoils. The blue-and-white lectern emblem proclaiming NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE , which had hung for three hectic, fractious, exhilarating days in Houston, last week was headed for Washington's Smithsonian Institution.


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NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE, The National Women's Conference of November, held in Houston, was the first meeting of its type in the United States since the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York, in Proposed National Plan of Action, National Women's Conference [National Women's Conference, National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Proposed National Plan of Action, National Women's Conference. The National Women’s Conference, held in Houston from November 18 - 21,was the largest political conference of women in the United States since the Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York in The primary job of the national conference was to formulate and pass a National Plan of Action, which would detail recommendations to improve the lives of women.

During November 18–21,betw people took part in the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, some 2, delegates andobservers. The goal was to hammer out a "Plan of Action" to be presented to the Carter Administration and Congress for consideration and/or adoption.

Event. During November 18–21,betw people took part in the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, some 2, delegatesobservers. The goal was to hammer out a "Plan of Action" to be presented to the Carter Administration and Congress for consideration and/or adoption.

also takes account of work currently under way in the European Union and the United Nations, where indicators for monitoring implementation of Resolution are being adopted.1 This plan is being adopted ina year marked by the 15th anniversary of the Beijing Conference in conjunction with the 54th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (New York, 1 File Size: KB.

As directed by Executive Order in entitled Instituting a “National Action Plan on Women”, Peace, and Security, this Plan describes the course the United States Government will continue to take to accelerate, institutionalize, and better coordinate our efforts to advance women’s inclusion in peaceFile Size: 2MB.

Houston, TX Nov. 20K people--discuss the problems women face and propose ways to solve them "To form a more perfect union" Houston delegate's desire for women as a result of the Plan of Action.

Sarah Grimke. a radical Quaker, abolitionist, antiracist and self-made intellectual was the first American to write a full-length. National Organization for Women Things NOW achieved Women win the right to vote in The birth control pill is approved in The Equal Pay Act is passed in The Civil Rights Act passes inoutlawing sex discrimination in employment.

In NOW leads a. This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the National Women’s Conference held NovemberAt this momentous event, 2, elected delegates and aro observers descended upon Houston, Texas, to participate in the first and only federally funded National Women’s Conference in U.S.

history. The plan of action adopted at the National Women’s Conference featured 26 resolutions, or planks, on the following topics: Arts and humanities: Women should have equal opportunities in. At the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, 20, women convened to debate the issues that affected them.

Here, Congresswoman Bella Abzug (D-N.Y.), wearing her trademark hat, and Betty Author: Lorraine Boissoneault. Inas a continuation of action in the United States, over one thousand elected delegates convened at the Albert Thomas Convention Center in Houston, Texas to develop a National Plan of Action on women's rights.

The plan was to be submitted to President Carter and the Congress by the International Women's Year Commission in. Text of speech given by Barbara C.

Jordan in the opening session of the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, about the true, unrecognized value of women in America. Relationship to this item: (Is Version Of) National Women's Conference - Opening Session Speech, ark://metapthAuthor: Barbara C.

Jordan. The National Women's Conference in Houston, TX, chaired by Bella Abzug, adopted a National Plan of Action to be submitted to the President and Congress. NOW's President, Eleanor Smeal, was on the 45 member Commission and led the effort to include gay rights in the plan of action.

S women attended the conference. For NOW Leaders Action Letter to Congress Supporting Paycheck Fairness ACT. 01/ aauw-letter-to-house-supporting-paycheck-fairness-act-nsa letter-to-house-supporting-the-paycheck-fairness-act-nsa.

Equal Pay Days Social Media Kit 04/ Texas Dallas Women’s Conference; Houston Women’s Conference; Dallas Women’s Conference; Houston Women’s Conference; Houston Women’s Conference. Welcome to the Texas state organization for the National Organization for Women!. Texas State NOW develops and supports local chapters and statewide programs and actions.

NOW is a multi-issue grassroots organization that takes action to secure rights for all women and girls.The National Women’s Conference adopted resolutions furthering reproductive freedom and equality for gay women, marking the culmination of the radical feminist movement.

Held in Houston, Texas, 2, state delegates recommended to Congress and the President how to advance women’s rights.National Plan of Action adopted at National Women's Conference NovemberHouston, Texas y £ File Name: uhlib___b_f_jpg Related Items. N.O.W. News Bay Area Chapter, Vol.

5, No. 12, December Down with Racism, Sexism, and Anti-gay Bigotry! Volunteer Briefing Sessions agenda.