Serena Williams — Black History Month

Serving strength, determination and fierceness, Serena Williams has been called the greatest female athlete in the world. In her 22 year career, she has won 95 titles and counting. Moving on the tennis court with power, grace and speed, she’s inspired girls all over the world to pick up a tennis racket and play like a girl.

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Photo Credit: No Fly On The Wall

Read an awesome write up about Serena here.

 

 


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One thought on “Serena Williams — Black History Month

  1. I was hoping for a post on Serena! If you know of a good analysis of the way Serena Williams is talked about in the media and in opinion pieces on her career, I’d love for you to point me in the right direction. I’m thinking about the minimization of her achievements, the way her body is discussed, and the unwillingness to acknowledge that she is, essentially, one of the best, if not the best, athletes of all time, male or female. I’ve seen small pieces here and there on one or the other topic, but not a full-on analysis.

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