Title IX 50th Anniversary
Signed into law 50 years ago today (June 23, 1972),Title IX has changed how women participate in sports and beyond! Academy of Art is proud of its #NCAAD2 female student-athletes 💪 This video celebrates the anniversary of #TitleIX!
Title IX Lawmaker Patsy Mink | First Woman of Color in Congress
NHD Documentary about Patsy Mink, the first woman of color in Congress and a lawmaker with a large part in creating Title IX, the law making sex discrimination in education illegal.
Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman talks Title IX, growth of women’s basketball | Game is Game | SNY
On Game is Game, SNY's Maria Marino asks Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman about the impact of Title IX, her playing days at Virginia, and how far women's basketball has come.
Title IX’s Impact on Tara VanDerveer | We Need to Talk
The ladies of ‘We Need to Talk’ discuss Stanford women’s basketball coach Tara VanDerveer’s impact on the world of sports and how Title IX defined her life as a coach.
If Not For Them – AIAW and Title IX – Women’s Basketball Docuseries
The NCAA is celebrating the 40th anniversary of women’s basketball in 2022. However, it’s the 50th anniversary of Title IX. What happened with women’s basketball in the ten years from 1972 to 1982? Andraya Carter and Brenda VanLengen discuss the strong women of the 1970s that formed.
Title IX: ‘Revolutionary’ legislation but inequalities still exist 50 years later | USA TODAY
50 years after the passage of Title IX, female students and athletes still struggle to reach equality in important ways.
50 Years of Title IX: Lady Volunteers Basketball
While Title IX had a major impact on all of women's college athletics, no program made more of the legislation than Tennessee Lady Vols Basketball.
Women’s Basketball Title IX
On International Women's Day, we remember and honor those that paved the way, and we continue to work toward equality and building a legacy for the future.
Celebrating 50 Years of Title IX // USA Women’s National Team
Title IX gave us representation. It gave us our heroes. Title IX allowed us to pick up a basketball & follow a dream. The #USABWNT reflects on the impact of Title IX upon its 50th anniversary.
Gopher Athletics 50 Years of Title IX: Lea B. Olsen
Former Gopher Women's Basketball player and current Bally Sports North TV host Lea B. Olsen describes what Title IX meant to her and the opportunities it has provided since its passage in 1972.
50th Anniversary of Title IX
The Centennial Conference will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Title IX with a yearlong virtual campaign starting September 2021. This celebration is a unique opportunity to recognize the conference’s rich history of women's sports and highlight past and present administrators, student-athletes, and coaches.
50 Years of Title IX: The Impact on Women’s Sports | Women’s History Month
On June 23, 1972, Title IX was signed into law — ensuring equal opportunity and prohibiting discrimination in education and athletics based on gender or sexual orientation. This monumental bill was the first major step towards an equal playing field for women. 50 years later, there is still work to be done, but Sporting News celebrates the monumental bill that changed the game.
Michigan Athletics Title IX Series: Kim Barnes Arico, Women’s Basketball
Michigan Athletics Title IX Series: Kim Barnes Arico, Women's Basketball
Title IX Documentary National History Day
Documentary about Title IX created for National History Day
Title IX at the Final Four | SGTV News 4 Sports
SGTV News 4 Sports reporter Brianna Walton recaps the 50th anniversary of Title IX.
Title IX: Let ’em Play
On June 23, 1972, President Nixon signed an educational amendment to prevent sex discrimination in educational institutions. Although sports were not specifically mentioned, the amendment would permanently alter the course of women's athletics.
Too Strong For A Woman: Title IX
Too Strong For A Woman: Title IX is a history fair documentary that competed at the State Fair in Austin, Texas on May 6. The documentary won 1st place at both the local and regional fairs, but fell short at the state level.
The Importance of Title IX | We Need to Talk
The ladies of ‘We Need to Talk’ break down the origin of Title IX with the help of Amy Trask, and discuss the impact it’s had on their own lives and its continuous influence on equality in sports.
Lead Her Forward: National Girls and Women in Sports Day and 50 Years of Title IX at Bates College
An inspiring discussion about Bates and being a woman in sports!
Cross on 50th Anniversary of Title IX
It was 50 years ago that Title IX was passed and there is a distinct Hoosier connection to this consequential legislation for women and girls. Purdue University Athletics Senior Associate Athletics Director Nancy Cross has more on how Title IX has impacted her career and accelerated change in women’s athletics.
Decades after Title IX, girls face tough battles on and off the sports field
It’s been nearly 50 years since the passage of Title IX, the landmark civil rights law prohibiting sex-based discrimination at federally funded schools, including in athletic programs. But violations still exist, with schools often providing better opportunities and benefits for boys sports. Amna Nawaz takes a look at one San Diego-area high school team that fought to settle the score.
Title IX and IU basketball: 50 years later
Title IX prohibits sex discrimination at federally-funded institutions, including in athletics. Fifty years after the landmark legislation passed, former IU women's basketball players Evelyn Butler and Vella Jo Price sat down with current players Kiandra Brown and Mackenzie Holmes to discuss their experiences and Title IX's impact on women's sports.
Title IX: Billie Jean King
Title IX 50th Anniversary Intro with Jane Musky
WSU WBB: Title IX 50th Anniversary Halftime Ceremony 2/11/22
Breanna Stewart Feels the Change Coming in Women’s Sports | See Her Greatness | TOGETHXR x Buick
Before the 2022 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, Breanna Stewart and Brooke Baldwin met up with March Madness fans at the Buick Huddle with TOGETHXR to talk all things women’s sports and women’s empowerment.
Dawn Staley – Fighting for Equal Pay and Inspiring Coaches of Color | The Daily Show
WNBA legend and South Carolina Gamecocks women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley discusses her second NCAA championship win, and explains why advocating for equal pay and supporting other coaches of color is important to her.
South Carolina’s Dawn Staley, Aliyah Boston, Destanni Henderson talk win over UCONN l GMA
The Gamecocks won the women's college basketball national championship game and Boston was named most outstanding player.
#LeanInTogether with the WNBA
When girls play sports, they learn teamwork, determination, and confidence. In fact, 80% of women leaders played sports growing up. But girls are twice as likely as boys to drop out of sports—which means they miss an opportunity to develop these critical leadership skills. Together, we can fix this, and help more girls lean into both sports and leadership.
South Carolina vs. UConn – Women’s NCAA tournament championship highlights
After a heartbreaking loss in the Final Four last year, South Carolina led wire-to-wire to capture their second national championship under Dawn Staley, beating UConn 64-49 to break Geno Auriemma's streak of 11 straight title game wins. Destanni Henderson scored a career high 26 points in the victory. Watch the full extended highlights here.
2022 USBWA AWARDS – Women’s Final Four ceremony
USBWA Awards ceremony in Minneapolis: Mary Jo Haverbeck Award, recognition of Gowdy Award winner, Pat Summitt Most Courageous Award winner and our Hall of Fame inductee.
Sue Bird & Aari McDonald Advocate for Women’s Sports Coverage | See Her Greatness | TOGETHXR x Buick
Sue Bird and Aari McDonald started their NCAA Women’s Final Four weekend with Brooke Baldwin and at the Buick Huddle with TOGETHXR.
The Queen of Basketball | An Oscar-Winning Op-Doc
Lusia Harris — a pioneering athlete who became a basketball phenomenon in the 1970s, made history as the first woman to score a basket in the Olympics and was one of the first two women inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame — died on Jan. 18 in Mississippi. She was 66.
Dawn Staley on Becoming the Highest Paid Black Head Coach in NCAA Women’s Basketball
Four-time Olympic gold medalist and American basketball Hall of Famer coach Dawn Staley joins us to discuss her history-making career and the future of women’s basketball. In 2021, she officially became the highest-paid Black head coach in NCAA Women's Basketball with an impressive $22 million contract to lead the South Carolina Gamecocks. She talks to Tamron about her hopes for the future of women’s basketball and more.
History of Women’s Basketball (Before WNBA)
While Dr. James Naismith was inventing Basketball, the ladies wanted to be involved with the same sport. With the insane changes to the rules, it seemed almost difficult to play but it seem to work out in the end.
Muffet McGraw’s passionate answer about women in leadership
Newly-retired Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw had a powerful and passionate answer to a question about women in leadership at a 2019 Women's Final Four press conference.
What does Title IX mean to you, Christine Grant?
The NCAA begins a conversation on the personal impact of Title IX. These testimonies are designed to highlight the truths and misconceptions about the controversial law.
The Fight For Gender Equity in Collegiate Athletics | Sam Post | TEDx Riverdale Country School
Logically, collegiate institutions focus their attention and funds to programs that maximize revenue. However, when it comes to gender, this is illegal under Title IX. In Sam Post’s Ted Talk, she focuses on gender discrimination in collegiate athletics and the progress that women collegiate athletes have made over the years in their fight for equal treatment. Sam Post is a senior at Riverdale Country School in The Bronx, New York. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
TikTok Shows Gender Inequality at NCAA Basketball Facilities
Oregon Ducks forward Sedona Prince took to TikTok to call out the VAST disparities between the women’s and men’s training facilities ahead of March Madness.