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SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR Notices on upcoming events must reach the Observer at least thee weeks in advance. CENTRAL AMERICA TALK Rev. Henry Lee Atkins, Jr., will deliver a talk on “Central America: Historical Perspective and the Role of the Church” on March 2, 7 p.m., at the UT-Atistin East Campus Lecture Hall \(under the LBJ Central America, Network, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, and Hospitalidad Austin. Call 478-1981 or 478-2440. WOMEN’S DAY International Women’s Day will be commemorated on March 8. On that day, the League of Women Voters will have its Legislative Day at the State Capitol. Carpools to Austin are being arranged by local League offices. Other Austin Women’s Day events: Emmajoe’s will sponsor its 5th annual Women’s Day celebration on March 6 with music, art, poetry, and dancing; call 477-7044 for specifics. Austin women’s organizations are planning a rally and march for March 8 at noon in downtown Austin; call 444-9309 for details or to participate in the planning. Betty LaDuke, Latin America scholar from Southern Oregon State University, will present two slide show/lectures on March 8, both pertaining to women and art in Latin America. at 4 p.m. in the UT Union and again at 8 p.m. in the East Austin Multipurpose Center. FREEZE CONVOCATION The National Lobbying Convocation for a U.S.-Soviet Nuclear Weapons Freeze will meet in Washington, D.C., March 7-8. For information on car and van pools call 476-3294 or 459-0762 in Austin. or the local Freeze office in other cities. The vote on the Freeze will possibly be March 9. Write your congressperson. “WORDS AND MUSIC FOR PEACE” The Houston Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign will sponsor a lecture and classical music concert to support a bilateral nuclear weapons freeze at the Wortham Theatre. U. of Houston, March 8, 8 p.m. Violinist Fredell Lack and Pianist Albert Hirsh will perform; John Henry Faulk will speak. Call 522-2422 for ticket information. HISPANIC CONFERENCE “The National Conference on the Emerging Role of the Hispanic Community in American Society” convenes in San Antonio, March 11-12, Hyatt Regency Hotel. Hispanic leaders, politicians, academicians. and representatives of major corporations will speak on the increasing economic, political and social power of Hispanics in American life. Open to the public; no register. Progresszve Organizations The Observer has built up lists of organizations in Texas we regard as progressive. The editor invites communications recommending organizations for inclusion. We will generally run the listings for Austin. San Antonio, and Houston in one issue followed by Dallas. Fort Worth, and Around Texas in the next. AUSTIN ACLU 447-4335; ACORN 442-8321; Alternative Views 7279, 78712; Amn. Friends Service Cmte., 474-2399; Amnesty Intl., Bx. 4951, Aus. 78765; 476-7044: Audubon Scty., 447-7155; Austinites for Public Transportation, 441-2651; Aus. ‘Lambda, 478-8653; Aus. Lesbian-Gay Pol. Caucus, 474-2717: Aus. Nghbrhood Ccl., 442-841 1; Aus. Nghbrhood Fund, 451-2347; Aus. Peace and Justice Coalition, 263-2586; Aus. Tenants Ccl., 474-1961: Aus. Women’s Alcohol Resource and Education Center 472-3775; Aus. Women’s Political Caucus, 472-3606; Black Aus. Demos., 478-6576: Brthrhood of Viet Vets., 892-4738: Ctzns Party, 451-3864; Ctzns, United for Rehab, of 477-4728; Common Cause, 474-2374; Consumers Union, 477-4431: Demo. Socialists of Nuclear Weapons Freeze, 444-0805; Ecology Action, 478-1645; El Centro Chicano, 477-7769 or 476-3747: Grandparents for Nuclear Disarmament Action, 453-1727; Gray Panthers, 345-1869; IMPACT, 472-3903; Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control Group, 472-4142; Live Oak Fund, 476-5714: Lone Star Alliance, 478-7481; LULAC, 451-3219; Max’s Pot, 928-4786; Mxn.-Anin. Demos., 444-7688 or 472-9211: NOW, 472-3775; November 29th Coalition, 478-6733: Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, 459-0762: Nurses’ Environmental Health Watch, 454-3932; Northeast Aus. Demos., 836-3533; Organizing Cmte. for a P.O. Box 4184, Austin 78765; Pax Christi, 476-7351: Phogg Foundation. Box 13549; Poverty, 474-5019: Professionals for Nuclear Arms Limitations, 443-9826; Progressive Writers’ Alliance, 477-3281; Red Ryder Preservation 459-3320; Save Barton Creek, 472-4104; Sierra Club 478-1264; Socialist Party of Tx., 452-3722; South Aus. Demos., 447-4091: Students for Political Awareness 476-0777; Tx. Abortion Rights Action League Resources, 443-8037; Tx. Consumer Assn., 477-1882: Tx. Council on Family Violence, 327-8582; Tx. Environmental Coalition, 476-3961; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, 452-0848; Tx. Mobilization for Survival, 474-5877: Tx. Pesticide Research & Education Project, 474-0811; Tx. Solar Energy Society, 472-1252; Travis Cty. Demo. Women, 453-3243; Travis Cty YD’s. 453-3796; Univ. Mobilization for Survival, 476-4503; U’1 VD’s, 452-8516; West Aus. Demos., 454-1291; Women’s Pol. Caucus, 474-1798; Zilker Park Posse, 472-1053. HOUSTON ACLU, 524-5925: ACORN, 523-6989: Amnesty Intl., 529-1892: Brotherhood of Viet. Vet., 728-4857; Casa Juan Diego, 869-7376: Centro para Immigrantes de Houston, 288-0091; CISPES, 524-4801; Citizens’ AntiCitizens Party, 633-8587: Demo. Socialist Organizing Cmte., 921-6906; Gay Political Caucus, 521-1000; Harris Cty. Demos., 528-2057; Houston Anti-Draft Coalition, 529-4087; Houston Area Women’s Center, 528-6798; Houston Human Rts. League, 523-6969: Houston Interfaith Hunger Coalition, 522-3955; Houston Nonviolent Action, 661-9889; Interfaith Peaceforce of Houston, 388-3803; Lesbian and Gay Demos. of Texas, 521-1000; Man.-Amn. Demos., 6944 Navigation, Houston 77011: Mockingbird Alliance, 747-1837; NAACP, 1018 Clehourne, Houston 77001; North Harris Co Demos., P.O. Box 90704, 77290; Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, 522-2422; Park People, Inc., 741-2524: PASO, 46716 Fairfield. Houston 77023: Senate Dist. 15 Detno. Coalition, 862-8431: Sierra Club, 288-0037; Tx. Abortion Rights Action Black Demos., 674-0968; Tx. Demos., 667-6194; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, 960-0407; Tx. Gay Task Force, 529-7014; Toxic Substances Task Force. 228-0037: UofI-I YD’s, 749-7347: United Viet. Vets. Organiza464-2536: Women’s Lobby Alliance, 521-0439. SAN ANTONIO ACLU, 224-6791; Alternatives to ImpriSonment, ‘Box 27393. 78227: Amnesty Intl., Box LH134, 78212; Bread for the World, 494-1042; Civil Rights Litigation Center, 224-1061; Citizens Concerned About Nuclear Power, 655-0543; Communities Organized for Public Service 222-2367; Coalition Against U.S. Intervention in El Salvador, 225-6913: Demos. for Action, Research & EducatiOn” 736-2587; Fellowship of Reconciliation, 822-9631; Habitat, 822-9100; International Center for Peace Through Culture, 822-0461; Interreligious Task Force on Central America, 432-1125; Latin-American Assistance, 533-9693; Metropolitan Congregational Alliance, 349-2401; Mxn.-Ans. Demos., 227-1341; ‘NAACP, 224-7636: Organizations United for East Side Development. 824-4422: Pax . Christi, 432-5715; People for Peace, 822-3089; Physicians for Social Responsibility, 691-0375; Poor People’s Coalition for Human Services, 923-3037; Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, 732-9927; Proyecto Hospitalidad, 736-9306; Residents Organized for Better and Beautiful Environmental Development Rights Assn., 436-3107; S.A. Demo. League, 344-1497; S.A. Gay Alliance, Metropolitan COmnty. Church, 102 S. Pine; S.A. Mlan Rights Commission, 436-4013: San Antonians for Freedom of Choice 733-4013; Sierra Club, 271-7169; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, 337-6803; United Campuses Protesting Nuclear War 691-0375; United Citizens Project Planning and Operating Corp. 224-4278. Vietnam Vets. Against War. 826-2441; Women’s Poltical Caucus. 655-3724. THE TEXAS OBSERVER 23