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Gender Bias Task Force Presentation

Description: Gender Bias Task Force Presentation (4 pages). One page is a note on yellow notebook paper with information about a conversation with Judge Bass. The last 3 pages are larger and faded court documents that were sent by Bass.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Letter from Rachel T. McCall to Barbara Rosenberg, July 18, 1993]

Description: Letter from Rachel T. McCall, president of the Dallas Area Chapter of Federally Employed Women, confirming Rosenberg's appearance at an organization training. Dated July 18, 1993. Other page is the agenda for the training, which took place at the Infomart from 7AM-4:05PM.
Date: July 18, 1993
Creator: McCall, Rachel T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Draft of National Council of Jewish Women, 2]

Description: A document draft written by Barbara Rosenberg titled National Council of Jewish Women. In Rosenberg's speech, they talk about the challenges to the court systems and developing solutions to the problems currently faced. Bottom edge of paper is yellowed, only one page of speech.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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National Council of Jewish Women

Description: A document written by Barbara Rosenberg titled National Council of Jewish Women. In Rosenberg's speech, they talk about the challenges to the court systems and developing solutions to the problems currently faced.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Tell Story of Judge]

Description: A speech written by Barbara Rosenberg to be delivered to the Federally Employed Women organization (FEW). In their speech, Rosenberg tells about their experience being a judge, and what type of judge they are.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Photocopy of clipping: Hatch Act Eased for All But a Few, October 4th, 1993]

Description: Photocopy of a newspaper clipping, titled, Hatch Act Eased for All But a Few by Ken Hughes, staff writer for the Federal Times. This article was published on page 5 of the newspaper on Oct. 4 1993.The article is about scaled back Hatch Act with quotes from Representatives.
Date: October 4, 1993
Creator: Hughes, Ken
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Speech for SMU Rally

Description: A speech written by Barbara Rosenberg to deliver at an Southern Methodist University (SMU) rally. In the speech Rosenberg discusses electing fair judges, and how life isn't fair but the constitution dictates the right to a fair trial. There are multiple copies of her speech.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Speech to Federally Employed Women]

Description: A draft of a speech written by Barbara Rosenberg to be delivered to the Federally Employed Women (FEW) organization. The speech is about participation in government. One of the pages has contact information for DeeAnn Dehne on the back.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Draft of National Council of Jewish Women]

Description: A document draft written by Barbara Rosenberg titled National Council of Jewish Women. In Rosenberg's speech, they talk about the challenges to the court systems and developing solutions to the problems currently faced. Bottom edge of paper is yellowed, only one page of speech.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Lifewalk Comments

Description: A speech written by Barbara Rosenberg to be delivered at a kick-off for Lifewalk. The speech begins with the charity raising funds to help with AIDS related services in the Dallas community.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Sermon for 6/14/92

Description: A sermon written by Barbara Rosenberg, for delivery on June 14, 1992. The sermon discusses children understanding the lesson in fairness and justice, the difference between humans and animals.
Date: June 14, 1992
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Draft for Sermon for 6/14/92]

Description: A draft for a sermon written by Barbara Rosenberg, for delivery on June 14, 1992. The sermon discusses children understanding the lesson in fairness and justice, the difference between humans and animals.
Date: June 14, 1992
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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Comments To Insiders

Description: A speech written by Barbara Rosenberg to be delivered to chairmembers Candy Marcum, Rep Clem Maxey, Judge Jerry Birdwell, and other members of the DFW Federal Club. The document has a placeholder title, Comments to Insiders. The document opens up with Rosenberg congratulating the members for the job they do for the Human Rights Campain Fund.
Date: [1992,1993]
Creator: Rosenberg, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Speech written by Barbara Rosenberg]

Description: A speech written by Barbara Rosenberg, with no title, begins with "Thank you for inviting me to speak with you." Campaign speech with Rosenberg's personal history and with insight into how court system works.
Date: [1992,1993]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[KYRO News Magazine, No. 60]

Description: Video recording of KYRO News Magazine featuring several segments and two interviews. The title sequence included shots from events around Dallas. This was followed by the segments, beginning with a news cast that included an interview with Senator Paul Tsongas, followed by upcoming events with "Cruizin the Town", a guide to conflict resolution with "Mental Image", the interview with Barbara Rosenberg, and finally an editorial piece.
Date: 1992
Duration: 1 hour 1 minute 28 seconds
Creator: KYRO Project, Inc.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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