Jessie Ellen Abbott, an athlete to know.
At The Black Sportswoman, we highlight (or we will again soon), the Black women athletes in sports history, who are often overlooked despite their contributions. A friend and colleague of
The story of Lusia Harris will always be intertwined with the story of The Black Sportswoman.
Plus, what I've been researching lately.
As a player & coach, Bernadette Locke-Mattox helped build one of my favorite women's basketball programs.
Plus, two athletes to know.
The basketball great passed away at 59.
Share your Black sportswoman memories by Dec. 2 to be included in our mini doc for YouTube.
A working timeline of modern Black women college basketball coaches.
Photos, videos, & links to other resources I'm currently using.
'If she leaves, I don't know what will happen to women's sports.'
I haven't done this in a while. What's on your mind?
Why Perdita Felicien's memoir is worth reading, and why we need more books like it.
Pearl Moore, women's college basketball's all-time leading scorer, on playing in Venezuela.
Why oral histories are important and a resource featuring rare interviews.
On the baseball game that took place between two Black women baseball clubs in May 1883.
Today I’m sharing my original outline from the talk I gave recently, focused on U.S. Black women athletes and social issues.
Hi everyone, I had a lot of things planned for today and this month, but Hurricane Ida. So I am going to focus this month on my family and the
Here are 10 Summer Paralympians to know, and their contributions to sports history.
Here are three Black women fencers in history.
The Athletic Club Era of Black Women's Basketball.
Clarisse Agbegnenou is an athlete to know.
Don't move on from the Tokyo Olympics just yet.
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