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Great Implications: Title IX, 40 Years Later

By Perry Barber
Those two little words, “Title IX,” evoke reactions running the gamut from profound gratitude to outright hostility. The gratitude comes from millions of girls who have benefited immeasurably by the act’s provisions. The hostility springs from a lot of misunderstanding about what the law actually means and accomplishes.
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Money & Careers

Daily NewsMix: Old-School Cybergrrrl at BlogHer; New CEO Says Women’s Sports Foundation Still Got Game; “Untouchable” Indian Politico Wows Crowds

By Rachel Rawlings
A Second Life for a pioneer: Among the dizzying number of speakers and panels at this weekend’s BlogHer conference in San Francisco (which included sessions titled “ Is MommyBlogging Still a Radical Act?“, Race and Gender: What are the lessons of 2008 and “Funding & Incubation Opportunities and Women Entrepreneurs, among many others) was Aliza Sherman, who was on the…
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