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Tar Heel News



 Vol. 50, No. 1
"Speak to the Mission"
Winter 2003



Tar Heel News

W03 issue
 Front page
 Public Policy


The Front Page Plus

Mark your calendars for AAUW NC 2004 Convention
Convention will be preceded by a Student Leaders' Conference. Find out how your branch can participate.
Brevard and Jacksonville garner recognition
Find out more about the Brevard and Jacksonville projects in their 21st Century Recognition Program applications.
[A continuation of an article in the Fall 2003 issue.]
Foothills Cluster Meeting: November 15
Speakers, fellowship and energy!
Call for nominations for Membership VP and Secretary
The start of the process for elections at the March Convention.
Winston-Salem starts new initiative: November 11
A planning meeting for a series of online meetings designed to take diversity to the next level will be led by Winston-Salem member Lara Lee.

Public Policy Highlights

AAUW support of United Nations aids Women and Girls
Shirley Quisenberry calls for attention to this issue.
Advancing Justice through DNA Technology
Head Start
Federal Judicial Nominees
Update on Pickering and Estrada
School Vouchers
No Child Left Behind
News from NC Women United
Alerts on NC issues, events and general information from our coalition partners at NCWU
Links to take action on federal priorities

AAUW information

AAUW NC Reports

Branch News and Events

Remember you can order your AAUW NC History from Clara Allen. Send $17 each to 442 Crossvine Close, Fearrington, Pittsboro, NC 27312. Price includes shipping.

Spring Copy Deadline: January 16
Target Mail Date: February 11

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