Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) will present video excerpts from the April presentation at U-M by Audre Lourde, poet, activist and Professor of English at Hunter College in New York City at our August 13 meeting. Lourde has written numerous books, and her third book, "From a Land Where Other People Live," was nominated for the 1974 National Book Award Her activism includes the founding of Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press and starting a coalition called Sisterhood in Support of Sisters in South África. MEETINGS are held the second Sunday night of the month at St. Aidan's Northside Church, 1679 Broadway, Ann Arbor. Cali our Information Hotline at 761-1716 for a message announcing important lobbying information, meeting times, and upcoming events. Our Speaker' Bureau provides trained speakers who willl address groups, classes, and public forums and rallies on a varíety of issues. Contact Tobi Hanna-Davies at 662-7869. All are welcome. Childcare is available. WAND's GOALS are to edúcate ourselves and the public about the dangers of conlinued nuclear arms build-up, to influence our congressional representa tives by informed lobbying, and to empower people, especially women, personally and politically. Washtenaw County Women's Actlon for Nuclear Disarmamenl, Inc. (WAND), P.O. Box 1815, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106-1815, 761-1718.
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