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What Will It Take for the WNBA to Get the Pay and Exposure It Deserves?

Hot girl summer vibes aside, the league still hasn’t leveled the playing field for its players

Jordin Canada, with the ball, guarded by Temi Fagbenle during a Minnesota Lynx vs Seattle Storm game between at Target Center in Minneapolis, MN on July 17, 2019. Photo: Lorie Shaull via flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0

AA few hot girl summers ago, a friend introduced me to the beloved fan culture that exists around the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). The WNBA began with only eight teams…




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Jamara Wakefield

Jamara Wakefield

Writer for publication and stage. Bylines for Shondaland, Playboy, Wear Your Voice, Our Prism, & Dame. Black. Indigenous. Queer. Decolonize everything.

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