Maturity and security have led to a more vocal Crystal Dunn


is not afraid to use her voice anymore. The 28-year-old defender has grown more confident in her abilities and her status on the U.S. women’s national team. She’s also become empowered in her activism as a Black woman and has even proclaimed herself the "New ." "Over the years I’ve believed in myself more." (Associated Press)

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Maturity and security have led to a more vocal Crystal Dunn


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