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White House Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities

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White House Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities
Agency overview
FormedOctober 1, 1969
JurisdictionUnited States
HeadquartersWhite House
Agency executive

The Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities was an American advisory committee appointed by President Richard Nixon on October 1, 1969.

The stated goal of the task force was to "review the present status of women in our society and recommend what might be done in the future to further advance their opportunities."[1]

On December 15, 1969, the Task Force released A Matter of Simple Justice, a 77-page report.

Recommendations

The Task Force made five recommendations in A Matter of Simple Justice, including:

Members

  • Virginia Allan (Chair), Executive Vice President of Cahalan Drug Stores, Inc.
  • Hon. Elizabeth Athanasakos, Municipal Court Judge and Attorney, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Ann R. Blackham, President, Ann R. Blackham & Company, Winchester, MA
  • P. Dee Boersma, Student Government Leader, graduate student, Ohio State University
  • Evelyn Cunningham, Director, Women's Unit, Office of the Governor, New York, NY
  • Sister Ann Ida Gannon, B.V.M., President, Mundelein College, Chicago, IL
  • Vera Glaser, Correspondent, Knight Newspapers
  • Dorothy Haener, International Representative, Women's Department, UAW, Detroit, MI
  • Laddie F. Hutar, President, Public Affairs Services Associate, Inc., Chicago, IL
  • Katherine B. Massenburg, Chairperson, Maryland Commission on the Status of Women, Baltimore, MD
  • William C. Mercer, Vice President, Personnel Relations, American Telephone & Telegraph Company, New York, NY
  • Dr. Alan Simpson, President, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Evelyn E. Whitlow, Attorney, Los Angeles, CA

References

  1. ^ "A Matter of Simple Justice - Report of the President's Task Force on Women's Rights » Richard Nixon Foundation". Nixonfoundation.org. 1969-01-21. Retrieved 2017-03-20. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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