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The first cassette tape (#165) contains content on the first/second side only. The content includes a recording of a NOW general meeting, where members discussed the Equal Rights Amendment, membership, donating food and clothes to families in need, the possibility of approving of a constitutional convention (where NOW would like to attend to discuss reproductive rights), and other topics. The first and second sides of the second cassette tape (#166) both contain a continuation of the NOW general meeting from tape #165. Members at the meeting conducted an awards ceremony and presented speeches about women, education, and newer feminist organizations that had just started establishing themselves. In addition, a play about Susan B. Anthony was performed at this meeting. The meeting ended with a raffle.Additional Descriptive Notes: Parts I and II
Original Audio cassette
2 Tapes of 2
165 166 casdwmc_000011_t01; casdwmc_000011_t02
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