TITLE IX 50TH ANNIVERSARY
A pair of girls from Southeast Minnesota ran at the forefront of women's athletics in the groundbreaking years after the passage of Title IX.
Kris Barry, a member of the Title IX team at UMR, details processes the university has implemented to destigmatize reporting discrimination based on sex, which is prohibited in higher education by Title IX.
While Kendall Hanley breaks barriers as a female hockey official, Sarah Fuller continues to be a pillar for equity in women's sports.
The lack of Black female head coaches and national calls to ban transgender female athletes from women's athletics are just two of many barriers standing in the way of equity across sports. Because of these barriers, has Title IX worked?
One of the main reasons I pursued a project on the 50th anniversary of Title IX was my understanding of the significance of women who paved the way for athletics today.
The knock on the door that changed everything
Listen to Dorothy McIntyre, former teacher and associate director of the MSHSL, describe her role in bringing organized girls sports to Minnesota in the 1960s and 70s.