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The 2013 Amelia Bloomer List honours Angela James: The First Superstar of Women’s Hockey

Every year, the Amelia Bloomer Project seeks out the best feminist books for young readers up to the age of 18. This year, they’ve selected Angela James: The First Superstar of Women’s Hockey, by authors Tom Bartsiokas and Corey Long. The … Continue reading

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The F Word Interviews Angela James and Author Corey Long

The F Word, a feminist media collective based out of Vancouver, B.C., recently interviewed Angela James and co-author Corey Long about the new biography Angela James: The First Superstar of Women’s Hockey. Host Ellie Gordon-Moershel talks to Angela about how … Continue reading

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Angela James launches at the reopened Mattamy Athletic Centre (Maple Leaf Gardens)

Join us on Thursday, November 8 at 7pm for the launch of Angela James: The First Superstar of Women’s Hockey. We’ll be celebrating the book with none other than Angela James herself and authors Tom Bartsiokas and Corey Long. They will discuss … Continue reading

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Angela James featured in the Sports section of the Toronto Star

So tomorrow we have our launch for Angela James: The First superstar of Women’s Hockey. If you’d like something great to read in the meantime, how about the feature on Angela in yesterday’s Star Sports section? Follow this link for … Continue reading

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Read all about it! Angela James lands on the cover of this week’s Xtra!

Xtra!, a Canadian newsprint that focuses on gay and lesbian issues, recently sat down with hockey legend, Angela James, just as her long-awaited biography, Angela James: The First Superstar of Women’s Hockey, hit book shelves. The meeting took place in … Continue reading

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It’s never been just about the score

Media channels consistently name drop prominent athletes from diverse backgrounds as a testament to the “post-racial state of sports today.” Take Serena and Venus Williams, two sisters who are pretty much one another’s only competitors in tennis; collectively winning ten … Continue reading

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“Played like a man.” The Prevalence of Sexism in Sports

Women’s hockey pioneer Angela James fought for her right to play the male-dominated sport when she was no more than 8 years old in Flemingdon Park. Angela’s mother, Donna, tried to turn her onto other sports such as swimming because back … Continue reading

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