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AAUW Fall Leadership Meeting – September 25 in Chickasha

We will be hosting the State Meeting at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Saturday, September 25 in Chickasha.  As I know many are still concerned about the COVID and all, there will be a virtual ZOOM option.  But if you are interested in attending in person, please email me or call me to RSVP (jloutsch@usao.edu or 405-512-8330)


Registration from 9-10 in the USAO Ballroom – Muffins and fruit, tea and coffee provided

10:05 – Shelley Martin-Young, PhD candidate – she will talk about critical race theory and how to use cultural writings to teach the concept

11:15 – short break

11:30 – Lunch (Lasagna, salad and French bread)

12:15 – Lynda Holding and Alice Niemeyer – Reading and Discussion of their book

1:00 – Walk around activity (time to move a bit)

1:15 – Panel addressing the roadblocks and challenges of 4 women – Native Americans in Graduate programs, Starting your own business, and being the CEO and President of the Chamber of Commerce

2:30 – COOKIES

3:00 – estate planning (still working on this one)

4:00 – Adjourn

I am asking for $15.00 for in person to offset cost of meal.  This can be paid at the door.

I will continue to find some fun and cute giveaways and such.  Thank you for being patient and look forward to “seeing” you!



State AAUW President and VP of Programming

Next Book Club Reading

Every Day Is A Gift  Tammy Duckworth

Every Day is a Gift

 Book Club

For Zoom information contact Jennette Loutsch

Previous books:

The Truths We Hold by Kamala Harris

April Book Club







Killer of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Killers of the Flower Moon

Book Club – “Killer of the Flower Moon” by David Grann

 January/February book selection
So You Want to Talk About Race
by Ijeoma Oluo
November/December 2020


Women of Color Face a Wider, More Stubborn Pay Gap

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