MLS WORKS LAUNCHES 2013 ‘DON’T CROSS THE LINE’ CAMPAIGN
MLS WORKS, Major League Soccer’s community outreach initiative, today unveiled a new public service announcement as part of the League’s ongoing anti-discrimination campaign, ‘Don’t Cross The Line.’ Elements of the campaign, which promotes unity, respect, fair play, equality and acceptance, will be revealed throughout the 2013 MLS season. Major League Soccer is committed to providing an environment in which clubs, coaches, players, fans and partners are treated with dignity and respect.
Major League Soccer is asking fans to "Take a Stand for Soccer" and Take the Pledge to not tolerate discrimination of any kind.
MLS players featured in the new public service announcement include Real Salt Lake MF Kyle Beckerman, Houston Dynamo MF Brad Davis, Vancouver Whitecaps FC D Jay DeMerit, D.C. United MF Dwayne De Rosario, New York Red Bulls F Thierry Henry, Seattle Sounders FC F Eddie Johnson, LA Galaxy F Robbie Keane, Chivas USA GK Dan Kennedy, San Jose Earthquakes F Chris Wondolowski and Sporting Kansas City MF Graham Zusi.
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