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Patsy Mink Lives on in Today's Fight for Title IX

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

When Patsy Mink died in 2002, she left us both a legacy and a law. This Equality Day, it is time to insist and demand that Title IX's mandate and promise be realized. Maybe it's time for another Women's Strike for Equality.

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