What ties these stories together is how imperfect people can make courageous choices to accomplish more in all parts of their life by have those parts feed each other rather than foment conflict.
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My experience as a woman in sports and my relationship with Amy have both taught me so much about seeing the value of different, whether or not society is ready to acknowledge or embrace it.
It may seem unimaginable to witness an event that brings together HIV and AIDS education in Africa, bone marrow transplants, celebrities and soccer for people of all ages. That's what happened, however, at LAFEST last Sunday.
Question: If girls and women can "fit" into "men's shoes," if they are "game" doing so, if they like them, if they earn money to pay for them, if the...
I leave London as a 13-year-old girl who has experienced the Olympics for the first time. Eight years from now, I dream to be a 21-year-old participating in the games.
I live in Mahim, an area in Mumbai, India that is part of the Dharavi slum. But I know that with hard work and focus, I have what it takes to break out of my circumstances and grow and live better.
The program I started, Cleats for Kids, has collected and donated over 700 pairs of cleats and sneakers to kids in Haiti, and I don't plan to stop any time soon.
Project GreenHands (India) has mobilized over one million rural people through sports to plant and nurture 8.2 million trees in a part of India threatened by disaster from global warming.
We had the great opportunity to work with Olympic women's soccer legend Julie Foudy and GoGirlGo! Chicago to give 50 balls away to a local league of the American Youth Soccer Organization.
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