The article's first paragraph reads: "The Washington State Conference of Women was invalid, members of the Equal Rights Coalition charged at the end of the three-day session Sunday. Statement's by a black women's leader, Thelma Jackson of Olympia, and Jeannette Williams of Seattle, charged the federally mandated goal of the conference had not been met. They also claimed resolutions developed during the session did not represent women minorities."
Humphries, Jackie, "Newspaper Clippings: Charge: Meeting Invalid" (1977). Washington State Conference for Women, 1977. 153.
Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, University Relations Office and Washington State Conference for Women 1977 (Box 17), Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections
Women's rights, Equal rights amendments--Washington (State), Washington State International Women's Year Conference (1977)