The Texas International Women's Year Coordinating Committee was created by the U.S. Congress for the purpose of holding state meetings to elect delegates and adopt resolutions that promoted equal rights to be presented at the National Women's Conference. The committee planned and held the Texas Women's Meeting in Austin in late June 1977, where participants voted on delegates and resolutions for the National Women's Conference held in Houston later that year. As part of the programming, interviewers asked conference participants a few specific questions and portions of four women's responses are excerpted here. Each woman was asked to identify herself as she wished, not necessarily giving her name. This recording offers first-hand perspectives on women's opinions about not only the conference but the role of women. The image depicts a portion of the audience at the Meeting's plenary.