Gwendolyn Oxenham

former professional soccer player, and author of “Under the Lights and In the Dark: Untold Stories of Women’s Soccer"

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The U.S. women’s soccer team celebrated their World Cup victory with a parade in New York,. Thousands of fans lined the streets to congratulate the two-time world champions.

Will women soccer players finally earn the same pay as men?

The U.S. women’s soccer team celebrated their World Cup victory with a parade in New York,. Thousands of fans lined the streets to congratulate the two-time world champions.

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The Women's World Cup is underway in France. The U.S. women are preparing for their first game on Tuesday against Thailand.

Former pro-soccer player on the Women's World Cup

The Women's World Cup is underway in France. The U.S. women are preparing for their first game on Tuesday against Thailand.

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