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One Year After USWNT’s World Cup Win, The World Has Changed But Pride Remains For Jessica McDonald


With the country in the midst of a national conversation about racism ignited by the death of George Floyd while in the custody of police, has joined a growing number of athletes in sharing her experiences as a person in color in the sports world. The UNC alum is hopeful the pain experienced by so many will help lead to meaningful changes. (Team USA)

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