Patsy Takemoto Mink (Maui High School class of 1944) was the first woman of color elected to the United States Congress, and the first Asian American woman to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. Patsy was instrumental in writing Title IX, and the Women’s Educational Equity Act.

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Accomplishments, Career, and Biography

Historic Change: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of The Honorable Patsy Takemoto Mink 

The Honorable Patsy Takemoto Mink U.S. Quarter

Biography of Patsy Mink-National Park Service

Patsy Mink-Encyclopedia Brittanica

The Legacy Lives On But There’s More To Be Done

Women Who Made Legal History-Chicago University

National Women’s History Museum-Patsy Mink Biography

History Bites: Patsy Takemoto Mink

Late Congresswoman Patsy Mink receives Medal of Freedom

Patsy Mink APA Legacy Leader

Kate Rigg on Patsy Mink

Interview with Congresswomen Martha Griffiths and Patsy Mink, 1975

For Kids

This Is Patsy Takemoto Mink-Time For Kids

Title IX

MINK! — My Mom Fought For Title IX, but It Almost Didn’t Happen | Op-Docs

Patsy Mink & the 50th Anniversary of Title IX – Wendy Mink, Judy Wu, Kim Bassford & Dean Kaneshiro

Title IX 50th Anniversary-How It Changed Athletics Forever

Title IX 50th Anniversary-Insight Into Diversity

Title IX 50th Anniversary-NCAATitle IX 50th Anniversary-NFHS

Title IX Lawmaker Patsy Mink – First Woman of Color in Congress

Title IX: Patsy Mink – Celebrating 49 Years

Patsy T. Mink: Pain, Passion, Power and Title IX

Documentary Films

Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority

Q&A with Filmmaker Kimberlee Bassford

How to Rent or Buy Patsy Mink Videos

Ahead of the Majority-JANM

Rent via Vimeo

Women Make Movies


Fierce and Fearless

A Heart In Politics by Sue Davidson

Fall Down Seven Times, Stand Up Eight: Patsy Takemoto Mink and the Fight for Title IX

She Persisted:Patsy Mink

Patsy Mink: Mother of Title 9

Patsy Mink