How U.S. women's soccer is striving for cultural change
Clip: 06/10/2019 | 5m 13s
The women’s World Cup has kicked off in Paris, with the United States once again considered a leading contender. But there's tough competition, and this year, the U.S. team is playing against the backdrop of its lawsuit for alleged gender discrimination and equal pay violations. Lisa Desjardins talks to USA Today’s Christine Brennan about the athletic and cultural promise of this "veteran" team.
Aired: 06/10/19Video has closed captioning.
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