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http://artandhistory.house.gov/highlights.aspx?action=view&intID=148 This is a picture of Congresswoman Edith Green found on the US House of Representatives official website. Congresswoman Green was extremely important to Title IX because Bernice Sandler, Congresswoman Mink, and her proposed the original Title IX law to the congress.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patsy_Mink This is a picture of Congresswoman Pasty T. Mink. She was extremely important to Title IX because Bernice Sandler, Congresswoman Green, and her proposed the original Title IX law to the congress.

http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/mc/monitor/04-26-10/page80674.html This is a picture of Bernice Sandler. She was extremely important to Title IX because Congresswoman Pasty T. Mink, Congresswoman Green, and her proposed the original Title IX law to the congress.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Smith-College-Class-1902-basketballteam.jpg This is a picture of one of the first Smith college basketball teams. Smith college was extremely important to Title IX because Smith college was where womens basketball started after Title IX.

http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/archives/gallery/studentlife.htm This is a picture of Senda Berenson tossing the ball up at a Smith College game. Both Senda and Smith College were very important to Title IX because Senda was one the creators of womens basketball and Smith College is where it started.

http://dckaleidoscope.wordpress.com/category/neighborhoods/georget own/ This is a picture of one of the first high school games. If you take a look in the back round of the picture, and notice the baskets net is closed at the bottom. That proves that womens basketball have revolved a lot since when it first began.