Title IX was enacted 30 years ago to ban sex discrimination at educational institutions receiving Federal funds. A Federal panel has been reviewing how this law has been implemented. A panel joins Diane to talk about Title IX and its affect on athletic opportunities for women and men.


  • Jocelyn Samuels The National Women's Law Center
  • Curt Levey The Center for Individual Rights

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