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World Cup 2022: Men’s soccer must stop silencing activism and allyship

By Gabriel Knott-Fayle, Postdoctoral Scholar of Masculinities Studies in Education, University of Calgary
Michael Kehler, Werklund Research Professor, Masculinities Studies, University of Calgary
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There is a familiar adage reverberating in the stands at the 2022 men’s FIFA World Cup tournament suggesting that winning is really all that matters. But athlete activism and solidarity reflect a growing trend among athletes publicly displaying social responsibilityThe Conversation

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