Title IX at 50: How 37 words changed the world for women

Posted on AllSides June 21st, 2022
From The Center
Sports, Women's Issues, Title IX
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The effects of Title IX, considered one of the most significant pieces of gender legislation in the past 50 years, stretch beyond equity on the athletic field to touch almost every classroom and family in America.

It’s a story Carol Hutchins likes to tell. She’s sharing it again now, sitting in her office at the University of Michigan, surrounded by awards that hint at her status as one of the most successful college coaches – male or female – in the United States. It’s about her click moment in 1976....

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