Recording: History Chat No. 1
1932 Olympics: What was it like for Tidye Pickett & Louise Stokes?
What was the 1932 Olympics like for two Black women?
Tidye Pickett: An athlete to know
Tidye Pickett was a two-time Olympian in the 1930s.
A new book about women's basketball history
Hoop Muses was curated by Seimone Augustus.
Florence Griffith-Joyner: An athlete to know
Florence Griffith-Joyner is considered the fastest woman of all time.
Audrey Patterson: An athlete to know
The first Black woman from the U.S. to win an Olympic medal.
Luisa 'Lucha' Fuentes: An athlete to know
Luisa "Lucha" Fuentes is a six-time South American champion, and two-time Olympian.
Veronica Campbell Brown: An athlete to know
Veronica Campbell Brown is a Jamaican sprinter, Olympic and world champion.
Surya Bonaly: An athlete to know
Surya Bonaly liked to challenge the status quo.
Driulis González: An athlete to know
Driulis González is one of the best judokas of all time.
Tessa Sanderson: An athlete to know
Tessa Sanderson is an athlete to know.