Sorry, last time, I swear!
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I had problems with getting this out to people. For
some reason, even it I use a rtf format people can't
read this attachment. So I am putting it in an email
form. If you are on NWSA organizing committee and you
know someone who has not signed up or has not recieved
a letter please forward this to them with my
apologies. Like or Jes, Kate! Thanks!
People interested in attending the NWSA conference on
June 21st, 2003 at the Radisson Hotel on Canal, for
the first ever Activist Day need to fill out this form
and return it to me no later than June 6th. There are
spaces still available and I really need to fill them
up! What you can do is read this letter, check your
calendar to see if you are free for the 21st and then
send it back to me. Just hit reply and fill in the
blanks located at the end of the letter.
On the big day you will have a name tag available for
you and with it you can attend many great sessions on
activism, local and national, the film and writers
series and be able to meet up with many people, it is
a great way to network!
I really hope to hear back from everyone with an
overwhelming response, you should all be very proud of
your accomplishments as activist and we would like to
And one more thing if you are interested in looking at
the panels and speakers that will be presenting on
that day, go to www.nwsa.org. The schedule is not
finalized but it is close!
As I receive emails back from everyone I will respond
and let you know if you got it in on time before
spaces are no longer available. Good luck!
NWSA Adminstrative Assistant
Dear Community Activist:
The local organizing committee and the General
Council of the National Women's Studies Association
invite you to participate in this year's conference in
New Orleans. The conference has designated Saturday,
June 21st as Activist Day and is providing a limited
number of scholarships for the registration fees for
community leaders and activists.
NWSA is a multi-disciplinary, multi-ethnic, and
multi-racial organization of national and
international scholars whose research and writings
across the social sciences and the humanities is
breaking down the barriers of gender, race, and class.
The conference represents an exciting opportunity for
you to have access to the cutting edge ideas about
women in society today and to infuse these ideas into
your own work.
On Saturday, we have a panel of local activists as
well as one with Kim Gandy of NOW, Gloria Feldt,
President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America,
and Mary Lee Orr, Louisiana Environmental Action
Network. There are also numerous caucuses and task
forces focusing on such topics as aging, disabilities,
education, women of color, eco-feminism, science and
technology, as well as a writers� series, a book
exhibit, an international arts and crafts fair, and a
film series. A copy of the registration flyer is
enclosed for your information.
To register for the one-day scholarship, just return
the form below to the Loyola Women�s Resource Center
by the deadline, June 6. We look forward to seeing
you at the conference.
Yours in Sisterhood,
Susanne Dietzel, Director Alice Abel Kemp
Loyola Women�s Resource Center Professor Emeritus,
University of New Orleans
For more information, please call, or email us at
Request for Activist Scholarship: Deadline: June
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