Libby Sharrow, 2020 PEP Fellow, is quoted in several articles about the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the federal legislation that prohibits sex-based discrimination in any education program that receives federal funding. In MassLive, Sharrow says, “Enforcement of Title IX at the federal level has been more lax than it could have been. Institutions have often been doing just enough so they don’t get sued or placed under review,” Read more at The Washington Post, MassLive, Northwest Georgia News. In the New York Times, Sharrow says the Equal Rights Amendment, Roe v. Wade and Title IX are all linked by their attempts to target gendered inequality in American society, but they differ in how they used law and policy to enact change. Read more at The New York Times. In Mother Jones, Sharrow says “There were debates and tension around the question of segregating women’s athletics from the start of Title IX, “yet because policymakers settled on separate, sex-segregated sports, we have actually forgotten that history and have imagined that the solution of segregation has managed to solve all of those problems of exclusion." Read more at Mother Jones.