Society & Culture:Documentary
Women's basketball, led by the WNBA, powerhouse college programs and star supporters, is building momentum. The athletes are taller, faster, stronger and highly-skilled and the fan base is growing. Something else is changing, too. Similar to USA Women's Hockey and the USA Women's' Soccer team, WNBA players are beginning to flex their collective power to address gender inequities and social issues. The WNBA Players Association dedicated their 2020 season to the Black Lives Matter movement, but that was just the beginning of their collective activism in the wake of multiple deaths of African Americans at the hands of police and a presidential battle for the soul of America. Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream and Natalie Achonwa of the Indiana Fever share what they've learned about leadership, using your power and never settling!
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