The women's national soccer team wore their uniforms a little differently.
The team launched a campaign to pressure FIFA to provide equal prize-money at World Cups ahead of the women’s tournament in France earlier this year.
The Vermont teenagers said they were inspired by the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team to advocate for closing the gender pay gap.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the impact of race and gender on income inequality.
The judgment of women and people of color at work is still being discounted.
A spokeswoman for the U.S. Women's National Team slammed the assertion as "utterly false" and a "ruse" against women players' gender discrimination lawsuit.
Americans are exhausted of "the fighting and the negative," the team's co-captain said.
Figuring out how to close the pay gap would require massive shifts in public policy, business and — crucially — culture.
It's one of the many iconic celebrations to take place at the Women's World Cup championship parade in New York City on Wednesday.
Chants of "equal pay" echoed against the skyscrapers as thousands of fans packed Manhattan's streets to cheer on the world champion U.S. women's soccer team.