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e-newsletter #6, November 12

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Nov. 1 – Nov. 12, 2007

Please scan this list of “headlines” and if there’s something of interest, do read the full story. If these links are not “clickable” for you, go to for a list of articles, or use the “search” in the upper right of to go straight to the right article. [On any page, you can click an article title to get the page with just that article – may be more suitable for printing.]

AAUW NC Outreach Efforts

  • Presentation to the NC Community College SGA (11/09/07) Thanks to Mary Peterson and Sheila Bassoppo-Moyo for carrying the AAUW message and information on the Young Advocates Toolkit to the Student Government Association.
  • Tate wins Juvenile Literature Award (11/12/07) Thanks to Elizabeth Laney for representing AAUW NC at the presentation of the AAUW Juvenile Literature Award to Eleanora E. Tate (and thanks to Sheila for taking the pictures).


Public Policy


Branch News

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Starting with July, 2007, you can find back issues of this newsletter at and subscribe to that through an RSS feed.

If you’d like to add your branch news to  this system, see this article. See also the branch websites (some with headlines) at If there are updates to the branch website addresses, please send them to me.

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