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V is for Victory. So is IX!

The Women's Sports Foundation puts on a new campaign.


The Women's Sports Foundation has launched an online version of a new advocacy campaign that aims at teaching parents about their daughters' rights in sports. The campaign includes two fun web videos (one for parents and one for girls), a survey and a bunch of resources. To take a peek, visit their home page ( or head directly to
This campaign is called "V is for Victory. So is IX". These videos premiered on the "big screen" at the U.S. Sports Film Festival in Phily during October of 2008, where WSF staff spoke on two panels about girls/women's sports. The campaign also includes Title IX workshops in Philly, Seattle and L.A. put on by The Women's Sports Foundation advocacy staff. Click the to learn more.


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