Why voting became a focus of WNBA’s season of social justice

WNBA players did not intended to play the political game, but Loeffler’s criticisms dragged them onto the court.
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WNBA players above sporting shirts that show their support for Rev. Raphael Warnock over current Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler who has attacked WNBA players for fighting for social justice.

When Atlanta Dream co-owner and Georgia Republican Senate candidate Kelly Loeffler expressed her opposition to the WNBA’s commitment to social justice, WNBA players offered their response: an endorsement of one of her Democratic opponents, Reverend Raphael Warnock.

WNBA players did not intended to play the political game, but Loeffler’s criticisms dragged them onto the court.

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