ESPN, the cable television sports network, has tipped off the celebration of Title IX’s 40th anniversary early with the launch of Power of IX, a three-month multi-platform initiative dedicated to women’s sports. Considering that the NCAA Women’s Final Four in basketball will be played this coming Sunday and Tuesday in Denver, it’s a very good week to recognize the power of women athletes.
Author: Casey Reed
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