About 29 women's groups will converge on Harvard this weekend to attend the New England Congress to Unite Women. Over 500 women are expected to attend.
The Congress, called by the New England Women's Coalition, will include a public rally with speakers Friday night as well as educational and organizing workshops to project future activities for the women's movement on Saturday and Sunday.
The conference will begin at 7 p. m. Friday in Lowell Lecture Hall. Speakers will include Florence Luscomb, former suffragist and Flo Kennedy, co-author of Abortion Rap.
The workshops-which will be held in Sever Hall-are limited to women and will cover such topics as women and the law, gay women's liberation, and marriage.
Workshops will also he provided for the "consciousness raising" of interested men.