Harry Edwards on Serena Williams as Women's Pioneer

Harry Edwards on Serena Williams as Women's Pioneer Play

Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Harry Edwards, author of "Revolt of the Black Athlete," talks about the historical context of tennis champion Serena Williams's career. The first black American to win a major title since Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe, Serena Williams's record approaches the sport's all-time greats, ranking sixth on the career list of Grand Slam singles champions with $50 million in prize winnings, a record for a female athlete. (Source: Bloomberg)

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