Women’s World Football Show, Episode 172 features exclusive interviews with Susie Petruccelli, author of Raised a Warrior; and Jackie Gutierrez, founder and editor of WomenKickBalls.com.
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states:
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
On this episode, we look into the past and present state of women’s soccer and how it is shaping the future of the sport.
Susie DeLellis Petruccelli is a former Harvard women’s soccer star and the author of her prize winning memoir, Raised a Warrior: One Women’s Soccer Odyssey. Through her work as an author and women’s rights activist, Susie shares intimate knowledge of the issues surrounding gender inequality in sports and soccer, as well as her involvement with the documentary Warriors of a Beautiful Game. (7′)
Contact Susie: email@example.com
As founder, editor and head writer at WomenKickBalls.com, Jackie Gutierrez is a young entrepreneur who has put her knowledge and know-how to work to help grow the women’s game. Jackie explains the challenges that the US Women’s National Team is facing in their equal-pay lawsuit against US Soccer. Plus, Jackie gives us an update on the NWSL’s return with a month-long tournament in Utah, her favorite players to interview, and more! (51′)
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Order your copy of Raised a Warrior: One Woman’s Soccer Odyssey by Susie Petruccelli
Warriors of a Beautiful Game documentary: https://warriorwomenoffootball.com/
Photo Courtesy of: Floodit Dreams
Original Broadcast Date: June 1, 2020
Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited & produced by Patty La Bella.
Additional assistance for this episode by Susie Petruccelli and Jackie Gutierrez
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