LFG (HBO Max & CNN) Documentary Review, Recap & Discussion (Explicit)…

Hosts Stef Zeh (@IAmStefZ) and Amy Maestri (@AmyMaestri) join me for an in depth analysis of HBO Max & CNN’s new documentary LFG. It’s directed and produced by Andrea Nix Fine and Sean Fine, with Nix Fine also serving as a writer. It follows Megan Rapinoe, Jessica McDonald, Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O’Hara, Christen Press, Sam Mewis and Julie Foudy, as they sue the United States Soccer Federation for pay discrimination. Our conversation about it runs the gamut because the documentary itself raises so many pertinent issues as it relates to sports but also the larger culture. Throughout, we aim to offer solutions each of us can take to push these issues forward. One that I forgot to mention during the show is to not be afraid to talk about salaries with your coworkers. Knowledge is power to knowing one’s worth and how that worth is being perceived by management.  Listen to our thoughts and afterward, please share your opinions or questions. And if you enjoy films that showcase the true depth of humanity and real issues people face on a day to day, then kindly check out my team’s crowdfund for our upcoming feature film: https://igg.me/at/philsvitekfilm.

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