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Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù plays Mr. Malcolm, the most desirable bachelor in 1818 London. Ross Ferguson/Bleecker Street hide caption

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Ticking down a checklist of qualifications in 'Mr. Malcolm's List'

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Jack Harlow and Brandy perform onstage during the 2022 BET Awards. Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images for BET hide caption

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Janelle Monae presents the award for best female R&B/pop artist at the BET Awards on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Chris Pizzello/Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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The Peanuts characters reminded readers of the importance of Title IX at a moment when many schools and athletic programs were resistant to it. Peanuts © 1979 Peanuts Worldwide LLC hide caption

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'Peanuts,' one of the world's most popular cartoons, pushed for Title IX in the 1970s

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DJ Frankie Knuckles plays at the Def Mix 20th Anniversary Weekender on May 6, 2007 in London, England. Frankie Knuckles was one of the earliest pioneers of house music, helping to popularize it in Chicago during the 1980's. Claire Greenway/Getty Images hide caption

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In 1993, the Lesbian Avengers organized the first Dyke March. Within a few years, its membership grew to more than 50 chapters nationwide. Carolina Kroon hide caption

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Frustrated by society's erasure, the Lesbian Avengers fought back

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Anson Mount and Ethan Peck star on the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Marni Grossman/Paramount+ hide caption

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The Starz drama P-Valley recently returned for a second season. Erika Doss/Starz hide caption

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English singer-songwriter and musician Kate Bush at her family's home in East Wickham, London, 26th September 1978. Chris Moorhouse/Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra, winners of the Eurovision Song Contest, pose with their trophy in Krakovets, at the Ukraine border with Poland, on May 16. The U.K., which placed second, is in talks to host next year's event instead of Ukraine due to the war. Mykola Tys/AP hide caption

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The long-running daytime show The Wendy Williams Show is officially ending Friday after 13 seasons in syndication. Here, the TV talk show host arrives during the 2014 Soul Train Awards in Las Vegas. Omar Vega/Invision/AP hide caption

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St. Louis Cardinals players Curt Flood, Bill White and Bob Gibson, pictured in 1966, 1962 and 1967, respectively. They are the focus of a new History Channel documentary about the Black baseball players who followed Jackie Robinson into the major league. AP hide caption

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Black baseball players struggled long after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier

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