EVENTS

Television Broadcasts: ESPN Classics (nationwide prime-time – with Robin Roberts hosting a special around the film); Oxygen (nationwide prime-time – ran for 4 years); WTSN –Canada (nationwide prime-time); and WGBH-PBS. The film has also been referenced in the following books: Let Me Play: The Story of Title IX (Karen Blumenthal); The Red Rose Crew (Dan Boyne); A Look in the Mirror – Freeing Yourself from the Body Image Blues (Valerie Rainon McManus); Tilting the Playing Field (Jessica Gavora); A Place on the Team; The Triumph and Tragedy of Title IX (Welch Suggs); Playing Like A Girl (Nancy Cline-Lieberman and Marian Betancourt);Ms. and the Material Girls (Catherine Gourley).

Theaters, Museums, and Film Festivals: Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Smithsonian Institution (invited); Manhattan Center for the Arts; HBO Theaters, NYC; West Newton Theater – Newton MA; Fine Arts Cinema – Berkeley, CA; York Cinema – New Haven, CT; Full Frame Documentary Film Festival – Durham, NC *; Copley Plaza Theater – Boston, MA – Boston Film Festival; Academy of Arts Cinema Northampton Film Festival; Railroad Square Theater – Maine International Film Festival; Cinema 28 – Grand Rapids, Michigan; Regent Theater – Arlington, MA; Bear Tooth Cinema – Alaska; Rocky Mountain Film Festival – CO; Everett Women’s Film Festival – Everett, WA; Williamstown Images Theater – MA; Kaua’i Committee on the Status of Women (Hawaii) – Film Festival – 2006; Heartland Film Festival (Indiana, IN – 2007).

Conventions: 2006 NCAA Convention (Cleveland OH); Women’s Sports Foundation Convention (2000); National Coalition of Girls Schools Convention (2000); National Assn. of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators; National Coalition for Sex Equity in Education (2001); NCAA Convention (2000); United States Rowing Association Convention (2000); The Worcester Women’s History Project (2001); Univ. of Connecticut – Conference for Gifted Students (2001); CAHPERD (California Association for Health/Recreation) (2003); NESCAC Coaching Symposium (2006)

Institutions, Conventions, and Schools which have hosted public screenings of the film and/or purchased the educational video include: Agnes Irwin School (Pennsylvania); Air Force Academy; Albany Academy for Girls; Albion College (New York); The Andrews School (Ohio); Annie Wright School (Washington); The Archer School (California); American University (Washington, DC); American Association of University Women; Andover Public Schools (Massachusetts); Andover High School (Kansas); Angelo State University (Texas); Aquinas College (Michigan); Arthur Andersen (Boston); Ashland High School (Portland, Oregon); Ashley Hall (South Carolina); Austin College (Texas); Atlanta Girls School (Georgia); Babson College; Baldwin School (Pennsylvania); Barnard College; Bates College (Maine); Beach Channel High School (Queens, NY); The Brearley School (New York); The Bryn Mawr School (Maryland); The Belmont Hill School (MA); Berkeley High School (CA); Blair Academy (NJ); Boston College; Boston University; Bowdoin College (Maine); Bowling Green State University (Ohio); Brandeis University; The Branson School (California); Bridgewater State College (MA); Brooks School; Bucknell University; Bryn Mawr College; Calvin College; California Long State University; California State University – Long Beach; California Polytech State University; Cambridge Hospital; Carleton University (Ontario, Canada); Castilleja School (California); Central High School (New York); Centerville High School; City Honors Program (Buffalo, NY); Chapin School (New York); Chatham Hall (Virginia); Cheshire Academy (CT); City Honors Program (Buffalo, NY); Claremont McKenna College (California); Cleveland State University (OH); Cobre High School (Silver City, New Mexico); Colby College; Colby-Sawyer College; College of Wooster-Ohio; Colorado State University; Columbus School for Girls (Ohio); Communities for Equity (Michigan); Community Rowing Inc. (MA); Connecticut College (CT); Convent of the Visitation School (Minnesota); Cornell University; Curie Metro High School (Chicago); Dana Hall School (Massachusetts); Dartmouth College; Deloitte Touche Consulting; Del Valle School System; Depauw University; Duke University; East Bay School for Girls (California); East Grand Rapids Rowing Program; The Ellis School (Pennsylvania); Emma Willard School (New York); Endicott College; Ethel Walker School (Connecticut); Fairfield University; FD Roosevelt High School (New York); Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy (California); Florida State University; Forest Ridge School (Washington); Foxcroft School (Virginia); Garrison Forest School (Maryland); George Washington University; Girls’ Middle School (California); Girls Preparatory School of Chattanooga (Tennessee); The Law Firm of Goodwin, Procter & Hoar; The Graland School; Granby Memorial High School (Connecticut); Grand Valley State University; Greater Dayton Rowing Association; Greenwich Academy (Connecticut); The Grier School (Pennsylvania); Hamilton College; The Hamlin School (California); Haddonfield High School (New Jersey); Harborfield’s Central School District (New York); Harpeth Hall School (Tennessee); Hartwick College; Harvard University; Harvard University Divinity School; Hathaway Brown School (Ohio); Heartland Film Festival (IN); Heavenly Mt. Ideal Girls’ School (North Carolina); Hewitt School (New York); Hockaday School (Texas); Hofstra University; Hollins University (Virginia); The Holton-Arms School (Maryland); Holy Cross College; Hopedale Public Schools; Hunter College; Huntington College (Indiana); Hutchinson School (Tennessee); Hyde Park Central School District (New York); Idaho State University; International Labor Organization (Geneva, Switzerland); Iola-Scandanavia School District (Wisconsin); Ithaca High School (NY); Jacksonville High School (Florida); Jefferson Country Vocational School District (New Jersey); Jefferson Leadership Academy (California); Julia Morgan School (California); Kaua’i Committee on the Status of Women (Hawaii); Kamahameha School District (Hawaii); Kansas State University; Katherine Delmar Burke School (California); The Kent School (Connecticut); The Kent Intermediate School District (Michigan); Kent Place School (New Jersey); Kingswood-Oxford School; Lanier University (Canada); Kaua’i Community College (Hawaii); The Lawrenceville School (New Jersey); LaPietre-Hawaii School for Girls (Hawaii); Laurel School (Ohio); League of Women Voters-Wellesley; Lewis & Clark University; Lincoln School (Rhode Island); Linden Hall School (Pennsylvania); Louise McGehee School (New Orleans); Loyola University of Chicago; Madeira School (Virginia); The Marlborough School (California); Marina High School; Marymount College; Marymount High School (California); Marymount School (New York); Mass Maritime Academy; McCauley High School (Maine); McGill University – Canada; Merrimack College; Michigan Tech; Michigan Women’s Foundation; Middlesex School; Middlebury College (VT); Miss Hall’s School (Massachusetts); Miss Porter’s School (Connecticut); Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Middlebury College (VT); Monmouth University; Mother Caroline Academy (New York); Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy (West Virginia); Mount Holyoke College; Mount St. Scholastica Academy (Kansas); Moore College of Art; Muskingum College (OH); Myra Sadker Advocates for Gender Equity; NCAA; NCAA Leadership Program; NCAA Champs/Life Skills Initiative; Nashoba-Brooks School (Massachusetts); National Cathedral School (West Virginia); National Soccer Hall of Fame (NY); NEPSAC Athletic Directors; NESCAC Athletic Directors Symposium; Nevada Humanities Committee; New York City Board of Education (NY); New York Athletic Conference; New York University (Bobst Library); Newburyport High School; Newton Country Day School (Massachusetts); Newton South High School (Massachusetts); Nightingale-Bamford School (New York); Nike; Noble & Greenough School; Nokomis Foundation; Northampton High School; Norwalk Rowing Center; Notre Dame; Oakland Strokes Rowing Club (CA); Oldfields School (Maryland); Orchard House School (Virginia); Penn State; Philadelphia High School for Girls (Pennsylvania); Phillips Andover; Phillips Exeter; Pocock Rowing Center – Seattle; PolyPrep Country Day School; Portland Rowing Center (Oregon); Portsmouth School District (New Hampshire); Port Washington Public Schools (Seattle); Princeton University; Providence College (Rhode Island); Purnell School (New Jersey); Randolph-Macon College; Redland Community College (Oklahoma); The Rivers School; Rivier College (New Hampshire); Regent Theater (Arlington, MA); The Rock Point School (Vermont); Roger Williams University; Roland Park Country School (Maryland); RowAsOne; Russell Athletics Inc.; Rutgers University; Sacred Heart (Connecticut); Sacred Heart (New York); Sacred Heart (Hawaii); Sage Colleges of NY; Salem Academy; San Domenico School (California); San Juan Unified School District; Santa Catalina School (California); Santa Fe Girls’ School (New Mexico); Schlesinger Library (Harvard University – MA); Schools of the Sacred Heart (California); Seattle Girls’ School (Washington); Shaker Heights Rowing Association (OH); Slippery Rock University; Smith College; Southfield School (Massachusetts); Spence School (New York); The Springside School (Pennsylvania); South Oregon University; The Law Firm of Spohrer Wilner Maxwell & Matthews; State Street Global Advisors; St. Andrews’ Prior School (Virginia); St. Benedict College-MN; St. Catherine’s College; St. Catherine’s School (Virginia); St. Christopher’s School (Pennsylvania); St. Gertrude High School (Virginia); Saint Leo University (Florida); St. Margaret’s School (Virginia); St. Mark’s School (Massachusetts); St. Mary’s Academy (Colorado); St. Mary’s Episcopal School (Tennessee); St. Mary’s School (North Carolina); St. Paul’s School (New Hampshire); St. Paul’s School for Girls (Maryland); St. Scholastica Academy (Colorado); St. Timothy’s School; St. Ursula’s Academy (Toledo, OH); Stonehill College; Stone Ridge School (Maryland); Stoneleigh-Burnham School (Massachusetts); Stony Brook University; Stuart Country Day School (New Jersey); SUNY New Paltz; Sweet Briar College (VA); Syracuse University; Tarleton University; TERC (an educational/research foundation); The Texas Civil Rights Commission; The Tobin School; Trinity College (CT); Truman State University (Missouri); Tufts University; Tufts Jumbo Club; University Prep (Seattle); University of Alabama; University of California – San Diego; University of Colorado; University of Connecticut; University of Dayton (OH); University of Denver; University of Massachusetts -Dartmouth; University of Michigan; University of Milwaukee; University of Minnesota (The Tucker Center); University of Missouri; University of Nebraska; University of Nevada; University of New Hampshire; University of North Dakota Law School; University of Notre Dame; University of Rhode Island; University of San Diego; University of Southern California – Santa Barbara; University of St. Thomas (MN); University of Texas – Austin; University of Vermont; University of Wisconsin – River Falls; University of Wisconsin – Barron County; Ursuline Academy; The Ursuline School of NY; Utah State University; UW Barron County (WI); Villa Duchesne School (Missouri); Villanova University (Pennsylvania); Village School (Virginia); Vivian Webb School (California); Washington University – St. Louis; Webster Central School District (New York); Wentworth Institute of Technology; Wesleyan University; West Point Military Academy; West New Mexico University; Western High School (Maryland); Westover School (Connecticut); Westridge School (California); Westfield State College (MA); Western Illinois University (IL); The Winsor School (Massachusetts); Wellesley Public Library; Wellesley Hills Congregational Church; Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada); Williams College; Williamstown Images Theater (MA); Winona State University (Minnesota); Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College; Worcester Polytech; Worcester State College; Yale University; Yale University Film Study Center; Yale University Women’s Center; Young Women’s Leadership, Inc.; Young Women’s Leadership School (New York); Young Women’s Leadership Charter School (Chicago, Illinois); Valparaiso University (IN).

Note: All member schools of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (listed above) as well as 100 Girl Scout Councils have received a copy of the film, courtesy of WELCH’S and NEW BALANCE. In addition, 600 universities and colleges have received a copy of the film thru the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program Initiative.

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