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That's What She Said: "Outstanding Woman and Pioneer High School Teacher Angie Maxey Bridges the Gap with a Tap"
Angie Maxey Gonzales was a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a teacher at Galaviz Charter High School when she introduced in 2009 a little unknown martial art to the Texas public school system. Her passion and desire to share the martial art led Maxey to establish the first public school Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu club in the state of Texas...
That's What She Said: "Just Between Sisters-Forging a Bond through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu"
AUSTIN, TX, March 23, 2012 – Sisters…. They can be your best friend or your biggest rival, but what would we do without them? A sister is someone who is there for us when we need it most. They know all the buttons to push to drive us crazy and how to motivate us. No matter how much they get on our nerves sometimes, most of us really do love OUR sisters. It is an unbreakable bond that lasts a lifetime. We couldn’t trade them in even if we tried...
Interview by Part Time Grappler
Interview with Shama Ko, BJJ purple belt, champion competitor, blogger, photographer and all around really cool gal...
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Womens Foundation is a new organization that will be making it's debut in the community shortly. In the meantime, BJJWF is looking for your input to determine the need for programs and the areas that can best benefit those in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu community.