SOURCE: Washington Post
Ora Washington was a Champion in the Segregated World of Tennis, But Died in Obscurity
Dominant in African American tennis (and basketball) competition, Washington never had the opportunity to test her ability against the champions of the white tennis establishment.
The NFL Must Learn Lessons About Inclusion from Women's Sports
by John Howard
If the NFL is sincere in wanting to fight against entrenched homophobia, it should follow the example of women's sports (and be prepared to make partnerships and investments with LGBTQ organizations inside and outside of sports.
Billie Jean King, Foremother
by Robert Lipsyte
Billie Jean King's legacy runs far beyond tennis, and has become even more relevant with the passage of time as challenges to the doctrine of amateurism and the NCAA make clear.
Melania Trump Just Restarted a 100-Year-Old Political Controversy: The White House Tennis Court
by Ryan Swanson
Presidents, be wary of associating with country club sports during times of political crisis.
SOURCE: NY Times
Tera Hunter Pens NY Times Op Ed on "The Power of Serena Williams"
by Tera W. Hunter
"What she and Venus have accomplished is far more important than future titles and broken records."
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