Scholar and Feminist Conference XVI program, 1989, page 3

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AFTERNOON SESSION
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Eleanor Holmes Norton, George

 

5. PUBLIC POLICY AND EDUCATION I

Gemma Campbell, Director, HEOP,
Columbia FUniversity

»Vivian~Taylor, Associate Dean for

“ Student Affairs, Barnard ‘College

6. FEMINISM AND AID ’

Amberflollibaugh, ideo Pro-
‘ducer, Educator for the AIDS Dis-
I crimination Unit of the NYC Com

_ mission on Human Rights

‘ Nan Hunter, Director, ACLUAIDS

1 I Project ,/

Ruth Rodriguez’, Executive Director
ofthe LOI A (Lower East Side
Association) , and formerly Director

‘ of the Hispahic AIDS Forum.

Maria St. Cyry‘ Executive Director of
WARN (Women’s AIDS Resource
Network). ,

Katy Taylor; Deputy Director of th
' AIDS Discrimination Unit.

’ A RECEPTION
f 5: 30pm - 6: 30pm

Academic Coordinator
Temma Kaplan

Carol Bellamy, Morgan Stanley and

V town University Law School Company, Inc.
“In Search of Equality: An “Similarities in the Roles of
American Quest” Women in Elective and Non-
Elective Offices”
I AFTERNOON PLENARIES

3:15pm - 5:15pm

7. IVIAKING THE PUBLIC PRIVATE.-

BIACK WOMEN AND SELF-

RECOVERY

Bell Hooks (Gloriarwatkins),
Oberlin College, author of Am ’t I
a Woman: Blacle Women and
Feminism, Feminist Theory: From
Margin to Center, and Talking
Bade

8. POLICY PROSPECTS FOR A
“KINDER, GENT LER NATION” FOR
WOMEN? TRANSFORMATION OF
THE WORK PLACE, WELFARE RE~
FORM, FAMIL Y SUPPORTS, EDUCA-
TION, REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND
HEALTH IN THE BUSH
ADMINISTRATION
Leslie Wolfe, Executive Director, the

Center for Women Policy Studies

Conference Coordinators
Bemita Dorch
Ruth Farmer
Temma Kaplan