Black Players for Change Wins MLS Humanitarian Award

Black Players for Change, a group formed by Major League Soccer players to confront racial injustice, has earned the league's Hu
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Black Players for Change, a group formed by Major League Soccer players to confront racial injustice, has earned the league's Humanitarian of the Year award.

The group, which came together following the death of George Floyd, set out to create positive change within MLS and in local communities.

Among its accomplishments was an extensive get-out-the-vote effort and the construction of a mini-pitch for underserved youth in New Jersey. Black Players for Change involves 170 players and league staff.

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