Press release regarding remarks by First Lady Rita Clements for Women in Texas Week news conference, November 16, 1989
Press release regarding remarks by First Lady Rita Clements for Women in Texas Week news conference, November 16, 1989. Remarks regarding the inductees into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame, the Governor's Commission for Women, and the Displaced Homemaker Network training program.
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v OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NOVEMBER 16, 1989 CONTACT: ROSSANNA SALAZAR SHEILA ALLEE (512) 463-1826 REMARKS BY FIRST LADY RITA CLEMENTS NEWS CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN IN TEXAS WEEK The role women play in our state cannot be underestimated. Indeed, the accomplishments of our inductees into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame illustrate that Texas women are a vital part of the fabric of the Lone Star State. I take great pride in the fact that over the past two years, the Governor's Commission for Women has focused on creating additional economic opportunity for women -- and for all Texans. I have had the opportunity to work closely with the Governor's appointees to this commission in developing programs focusing on literacy. Now, with the announcement of this Displaced Homemaker Network training program, we have the opportunity to meet an equally important need. Clearly, this is an important day not only for our honorees, but for women in every walk of Texas life.