A Statement from the Chicago Red Stars
"We stand with the players who are fiercely advocating for change, and we are committed to doing our part to ensure a safe environment for the League's players, staff, volunteers and fans.
In conjunction with our players, the Chicago Red Stars several weeks ago initiated an independent review of player health and safety and the team's culture and work environment.
We intend to implement any recommendations in that review that will strengthen our ability to empower our players, to ensure that everyone's voice is heard, and to foster an environment of continual growth."
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