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The first and second sides of the cassette tape both contain a recording of NOW's regional conference. At the conference, a workshop about NOW's laws and regulations was held, where the lecturer discussed how NOW's districts and National NOW can work together to become a more powerful political group by following the organization's rules. During this workshop, Sue Punjack Carberry asked the lecturer to explain the difference between NOW and NAACP, who then explained that NOW is an issue-based organization. After this workshop, NOW members made announcements in regard to the upcoming National Conference. Later in the day, voting results from the NOW election were announced to the conference crowd.
Original 1/8 inch audio cassette
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