Fifty50 Aftershow – Recapping ESPN Films “37 Words” & celebrating the anniversary of Title IX | ESPN

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From ESPN Films, Industrial Media, and Trilogy Films, 37 Words tells the full story of Title IX – the hard-fought battle to push for equal rights in education and athletics; the decades-spanning effort to nullify its impact; and the rippling impacts of the landmark civil rights law that continue to resonate today. Join Katie George and Christine Williams as they give their insight and favorite moments from parts 3 & 4 and discuss what the future holds for Title IX and women’s rights.

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