The Games Do Count - Donna Lopiano Summary & Analysis

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Donna Lopiano Summary and Analysis

Donna Lopiano, executive director of the Women's Sports Foundation, grew up playing sports with the kids in her neighborhood. Donna was once banned from playing Little League because she was a girl. Later, in high school Donna was frustrated with the extremely short seasons, so she played as many sports as she could. Donna took her approach to sports and applied it to everything she did as an adult, using it to help her pass legislation in order to help other girls such as herself to be allowed to play in any sport they chose.

Donna Lopiano learned that sports can be discriminatory and used this knowledge to help her change things for other girls. Donna believed she could have been a much better athlete if she had been given the chance; therefore, Donna decided to change things for...

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