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Published on Jun 22, 2009
Featuring two-time Olympian and Yale rower, Chris Ernst, who galvanized her rowing team to protest the substandard conditions facing female athletes in the 1970s. On a cold rainy day in 1976, Ernst led her teammates to the athletic director's office, where they stripped, baring bodies emblazoned with the phrase TITLE IX in blue marker. This event rocketed around the globle, leaving an indelible imprint on the nation in terms of what gender equity really meant. Directed by Mary Mazzio.