V is for Victory

Does this video remind you of conditions at your school? Do you believe that your school isn’t treating boys and girls equally when it comes to athletics?

The Women’s Law Project is partnering with organizations across the country on a campaign to achieve gender equity in athletic programs for girls in grades 7 through 12.

As part of V is for Victory…and so is IX, the Women’s Law Project will work with student athletes, parents, school administrators and coaches to help them take a greater role in making gender equity in athletics a reality in their schools.

Check out what the Women’s Law Project has accomplished and what we are doing to make gender equity in athletics a reality in our schools.

Also visit the V is for Victory website to read about the law and use the checklist to help you see if your school is giving equal treatment to girls on the playing fields, in the locker rooms and on the teams.

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One Response to V is for Victory

  1. sauer kraut says:

    Where were you folks when that Philly Enquirer article came out a few years ago about that runner in Hershey? She sure could have used your help because no one stood up for her. Progress.

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