Waikiki 2000 - A Slide Show and a Go-See Tour|
President's Message (Barbara Farwell)
Action -- Clean Air - League Involved in Controversy (Barbara Farwell)
We Count on Vote Counts
U.N. - Is there a Doctor in the House? (Dottie Gullicksen)
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! - National Women's History Week
Something for Everyone - New Publications
Proposed Honolulu Program 1982-83
Something New for Annual Meeting
Proposed By-Laws Changes
Proposed Budget 1982-83
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
WHEREAS American Women helped to found this nation in countless ways and have played and continue to play a critical role in every sphere of life, and
WHEREAS despite these contributions women have been consistently overlooked and undervalued in the body of American history,
BE IT RESOLVED that the week beginning March 7, 1982, is desginated as
NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY WEEK
A PARADE, leaving from Ft. DeRussy, on Saturday, March 6, 9:30 a.m.
THE MAIN EVENT, March 7, 1-4 pm, at McKinley High School.
LOYAL GARNER, M.C. and entertainer
Speakers: LT. GOVERNER JEAN KING AH QUON McELRATH
A BOOK DISPLAY on "Women in History" -- all week at Hickam Air Force Base Library. SPECIAL EXHIBITS at the Mission House Museum throughout the week.
WOMEN AS ARTISTS, dinner and movie at the Honolulu Academy of Arts on March 11, at 5;l5 pm. Call Sheila James, 373-4298.
Evening of OUTSTANDING FILMS PROFILING WOMEN, March 11, 7-10 pm, at Moiliili Library.
Participation in this week's activities will raise the awareness of women's contributions past and present and will inspire greater participation in public affairs and eventual achievement of EQUAL RIGHTS.
Are You Ready?
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