Over the weekend, we commemorated Juneteenth and reflected on how much work is left to do toward achieving true equality. While the day has passed this year, it isn’t too late to educate ourselves on the importance of Juneteenth.
Ahead of #Juneteenth, we sat down with D.C. United defender Donovan Pines and his father, @UofMaryland President Dr. Darryll J. Pines to discuss the history behind the holiday and its lessons for today ⤵️https://t.co/nI9wLbI7Cj— D.C. United (@dcunited) June 19, 2022
D.C. United has established a local business recognition program that will provide over $15,000 in advertising to local Black-owned businesses.
The eight businesses being recognized are:
- Bailiwick Clothing Company
- Bashford and Pitt
- Cut Seven
- District of Clothing
- Handmade Habitat
- JusRedor Collection
Check these amazing businesses out!
Tonight, D.C. United will host a “One Month ‘Til The Match” Party for Black-and-Red and Bayern Munich supporters. The party will kick off at 5 pm ET at The Brig German Beer Garden in DC.
D.C. United will face Nashville SC at home on Saturday, June 25. This match is an early one, starting at 5 PM ET.
Loudoun United hit the road to play Orange County SC on Saturday, June 25 at 8 PM ET.
Washington Spirit return to action on Sunday, July 3. The Spirit will travel to face San Diego Wave at 5 PM ET.
I leave you with this video of Megan Rapinoe getting the first red card of her career:
Megan Rapinoe received her first ever red card last night in OL Reign's win over Angel City.— Attacking Third (@AttackingThird) June 20, 2022
She picked up a second yellow as she was being substituted off after expressing her concern for player safety following a tackle on teammate Bethany Balcer that led to an injury. pic.twitter.com/rQXVUdWmw7