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The AAUW Tuesday Literary Group reviewed and discussed Delia Owens’ book, Where the Crawdad’s Sing.

 

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AAUW Sept Branch Meeting featured Muriel Fox the co-founder of NOW (National Organization for Women).  Muriel spoke about the Modern Women’s Movement origins that became the Second Wave. How they continued the battle of the suffragists, who had won women the right to vote with the 19th Amendment 100 years ago. She spoke passionately about her role in helping promote women’s issues that contributed to the passing of laws in the 1970’s. These were aimed at fighting discrimination against women in all phases of society, and would not have passed without feminist pressure.

Muriel urged both men and women to continue to teach our sons the admirable attributes and skills that women possess, and for men to embrace those skill by appointing women to the roles formerly held only by men.

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The AAUW Art Interest Group arranged a private guided Zoom tour of Bisa Butler’s exhibit at The Katonah Art Museum. Her famous quilted art work are a must see, to be absorbed, discussed and appreciated.

If art is your thing, the art interest group sets up private tour of various art exhibits. Contact AAUW at Westchesteraauw@gmail.com or visit our website at https://Westchester-ny.aauw.net/

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AAUW Literary Group discussed Pulitzer Recipient Colson Whitehead’s book The Nickel Boys

If you’d be interested in joining our discussions or other AAUW  interest groups, contact us at westchesteraauw@gmail.com New members are welcome!

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AAUW Current Issues Group

Twenty-one members of the AAUW Current Issues Group met to discuss the Statics of the Pandemic, the Supreme Court Decision in regards to the Electoral College, and the current Housing Crisis due to COVID-19. Many of the members were without internet or power due to the recent storm, so they participated via phone.

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SPRING FLING – Annual  Dinner – June 6, 2018 –  St. Andrews Golf Club – Attended by over 70 members — good food and great company!

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