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Room to Grow: Title IX influence extends beyond school walls, campuses

Stage is set for more diversity, accessibility for girls in recreational sports in Whatcom

The Radical Rippers wind through the pump track at the Bike Ranch.
The Radical Rippers wind through the pump track at the Bike Ranch in Bellingham this summer. The young female-identifying and nonbinary riders participated in a three-day camp to learn mountain biking basics. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Cassidy Hettesheimer Staff Reporter
Editor’s note: Title IX at 50 is a three-part series exploring and reporting on how the federal la

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