Aug 3, 2021
Four years after the passage of Title IX, Ginny Gilder and the rest of the Yale Women's Rowing Team staged a "Strip In" to fight sexism in sports. More than 40 years later, not enough has changed. Ginny continues to tackle gender inequality as a co-owner of the WNBA’s Seattle Storm, while using her investment platform to promote racial justice and give back to the community. What drives her to keep up the fight?
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