This week is something of an anniversary for Major League Soccer’s “Don’t Cross the Line” campaign, and the MLS All Stars spoke while in Kansas City about its importance.
The Seattle Reign are the latest American soccer team to make a video for the You Can Play Project, becoming the first Women’s professional team in the US to participate.
AS Roma released their video for the “Don’t Cross the Line” featuring US Men’s National Team star Michael Bradley over the weekend ahead of this week’s MLS All Star Game.
Eighteen NWSL players have joined the Athlete Ally program as Ambassadors, representing seven teams across the league.
Alan Gordon is not a dickhead.
Marc Burch is not a dickhead.
Robbie Rogers will be doing a live Google+ Hangout with the folks at the Trevor Project this Sunday July 14 at 2 PM PT.
Major League Soccer announced today that their All Star Game opponents AS Roma will be picking up the mantle of the “Don’t Cross the Line” campaign.
UC Berkeley and the Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute have joined the many American colleges who have made videos for the You Can Play Project.
Part of Robbie Rogers’ visit to the LA Gay & Lesbian Center with the MTV Act blog was a visit to their facilities for youth and to speak with teens.
Last month the Timbers Army did a huge display for the International Day Against Homophobia, and it garnered lots of great attention.