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Serena Williams

Serena Williams Gets Candid With Common in Interview On Race, Gender, and Fame

When it comes to MAKER Serena Williams, there is seemingly nothing she cannot do. Read More »

4 Pieces of Advice Serena Williams Hopes Every Incredible Woman Will Heed

In the spirit of 2016's love for open letters and essays by powerful women, tennis champion and MAKER Serena Williams wrote for Read More »

Serena Williams Speaks Up About Police Brutality

Even with her popularity and praise, Serena Williams has faced racism throughout her athletic career. Read More »

9 Times Serena Williams Showed the World Who's Boss

Serena Williams is tennis' G.O.A.T: the Greatest of All Time. Read More »

Serena Williams Debuted Her New Fashion Line At NYFW, Proving She's Not Just an Amazing Athlete

Though New York Fashion Week is coming to a close, we cannot get over MAKER Serena William's new "Serena Williams Signature Statement" fashion line for Read More »

#OlympianMAKERS: Everything You Need to Know for the 2016 Summer Games

The 2016 Rio Olympics are officially underway and we're celebrating by sharing with you the sport events we are most looking forward to watching, some fun Olympic facts, and our favorite Olympian MAKERS. Read More »

Serena Williams Recites "Still I Rise" By Maya Angelou

On Saturday, Serena Williams made history at Wimbledon as she won her 22nd grand slam title. With resilience, dominance, and commitment, Williams defeated her opponent Angelique Kerber with a 7-5, 6-3 victory. Read More »

Tennis’s Pay Gap: Why Don’t Women Earn As Much As Men?

As we enter Wimbledon’s second week, there is – as ever – much talk of whoever might beat Serena Williams to win the Grand Slam title. Read More »

She Was the First African-American to Win Wimbledon

On this day, July 6, 1957, Althea Gibson made history by becoming the first African-American to win a Wimbledon title in women's tennis. Read More »

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