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TV Broadcast and NOW Board Meeting Regarding Women's Issues
San Diego NOW
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Women's Museum of California
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The first side of the cassette tape contains a recording of a televised news report about women's studies college programs. The first side also includes a recording of a NOW board meeting, where officers discussed new state officers, the affirmative action plan, and political endorsements. The second side of the cassette tape contains a continuation of the NOW board meeting from the first side, where local elections, abortion issues, membership, the Equal Rights Amendment, and other topics were also discussed.
Audio cassette
1 Tape of 1
Women's Museum of California
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