Programs that work: Shooting Stars Basketball Clinic

Vaz, Valerie
July 1995
Essence (Essence);Jul95, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p42
Features Minnesota-based Shooting Stars Girls' Basketball Clinic for Afro-American women athletes. Inspiration to establish the basketball program; Founders of the program; Basketball program's sessions.


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