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Hudson discusses her work at the University of Louisville from 1968 to 1981, as well as her education and career prior to coming to UofL. Topics include teaching in the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; directing intramural sports for women; coaching varsity basketball for women; and work as assistant athletic director for women. She also discusses charges of sex bias in the UofL athletic department filed in November 1980, with the United States Department of Education's Office Civil Rights.
"Sex, Science, and Social Stability" (Masters & Johnson Lecture, 11/21/1978)
The first 2 tapes are training sessions with local educators on Title IX, led by Dr. Mertz. The 3rd is an interview with Dr. Mertz. The 4th is a panel discussion on Title IX with Mertz, Jack Matthews & Susan Comfaniatte.
Sales is an African American poet who lived in Louisville at the time of her interview. She was interviewed about her views on the women's movement and how she sees its relation black women. She viewed job opportunity as greater for black women than black men and that this results in women being heads of families.