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Women 'Hit, Run, and Score' on the Gridiron and Screen

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Paul Billingsely and Valerie Taylor Posted: Jan 02, 2009

Editor's Note: Kenya Davis, an independent film director, documented Oakland's Bashee football team in Oakland -- an all women's team. In a typically male dominated sports league the Bashees strive to break stereotypes of women in sports and teach their members that they don't have to be like Beyonce. Paul Billingsely is an editor and Valerie Taylor is the marketing director at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

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