How far have we come since 1972? Title IX advocates say not far enough

In 1972 gasoline was 55 cents a gallon, Kodak was the leader in personal photography with its $28 pocket camera – and very few girls got to play high school or college sports.

Inflation changed prices, technology upended Kodak, and Title IX opened high school and college locker rooms to women.

On Wednesday athletes, advocates and students gathered to celebrate the upcoming 40th anniversary of the passage of the federal Title IX act in June.

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