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January 1986 Units - Program Planning - Local and National
President's Message (Dorothy Lum)
Women's History Week
Aloha Voter
Program Planning
Conflict and Consensus: The Management of Change
Legal Research for the Non-Lawyer
State Water Code - AAUW Conference
Lotteries for Public Purposes
Running to Win - A LWV Voter Service
Automated Garbage Collection
Planning and Zoning Committee
Welcome to New Members
Channel 20 - LWV And Cablevision
Workshop for Observers
Vote Count
League Calendar

Women's History Week

March 2-8 is designated as Women's History Reek. This is a time for schools, communities and workplaces to recognize and celebrate the lives of count-less women of all races, ages, cultures, ethnic traditions and ways of life.

March 8 is International Women's Day, proclaimed to recognize the tremendous work of women in organized labor. The date is the focal point for the week: to stress the international connections between and among all women, to emphasize a multicultural approach to women's history, and to celebrate women as workers world-wide.

Honolulu has a record which can be borrowed for use at group meetings or schools. A Folkways record, it presents the voices of women in American history -- such as Carrie Chapman Catt and Shirley Chisholm.

Call the office if you would like to borrow "...but the women rose..."

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