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Women Play Soccer Too

Al Día, Commentary, Ann Marie Hager, Posted: Jul 14, 2014

In the world of women’s soccer, the U.S. is undoubtedly among the best in the world.

 

With World Cup Over, Brazil Faces Its Toughest Opponent

 

New America Media, Commentary, Andrés Tapia, Posted: Jul 12, 2014

As FIFA takes its ball and goes home this weekend, it is not the nation’s sad national soccer seleção that residents must reckon with.

 

The Limits of Brazilian Soft Power

 

VOXXI, Commentary, Johanna Mendelson Forman, Posted: Jul 10, 2014

The painful rout of Brazil’s soccer team by Germany may be a metaphor for the deeper political losses that Brazil has experienced in the past year.

 

Booming Black Businesses Fuel Brazil’s New Middle Class

 

The Root, News Report, Dion Rabouin, Posted: Jul 07, 2014

Fueled by a blossoming economy and a government program aimed at reducing income inequality, approximately 80 percent of Brazil’s new middle class are black.

 

The Disappearance of the Black Coach: African-Americans Shut Out of College Basketball

 

Washington Informer, News Report, Stacy M. Brown, Posted: Jul 05, 2014

The increased use of search firms by college athletic directors has caused a decrease in the number of African American coaching hires.

 

Muslim Stars Shining in Fifa World Cup 2014

 

The Muslim Observer, News Report, Posted: Jul 04, 2014

The Brazil 2014 World Cup kicked off earlier this week with many Muslim players dotting the football landscape.

 

Korean Humanitarian Uses Taekwondo to Change the Lives of Syrian Refugee Children

 

Audrey Magazine, News Report, Ethel Navales, Posted: Jul 02, 2014

Lee felt that he needed to do something to lift the spirit of these children. He then recalled being inspired by his experiences with Taekwondo back home in Korea.

 

Some U.S. Latinos Turned Off by Univision's World Cup Coverage

 

PRI's The World, News Feature, Nina Porzucki, Posted: Jun 25, 2014

Univision's World Cup Spanish commentary has surprised some Latinos in the United States.

Wondolowski 'Bau Daigh' Debuts in World Cup, Makes Grandparents Proud

 

Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Jun 25, 2014

Members of the Kiowa tribe erupted in applause when ESPN flashed a photo of Wondolowski on the TV screen and the announcer said that he was “half Native American” and a member of the Kiowa tribe and that “He is on for the USA, a born goal scorer.”

Michelle Wie Wins U.S. Open

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jun 23, 2014

The 24-year-old golfer won the U.S. Women’s Open at Pinehurst, with a two-shot victory over the No. 1-ranked Stacy Lewis.

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