Minnesota United FC Shows Support for Gay Community
Minnesota's professional soccer team is showing support for the gay community.
Minnesota United FC was the first professional sports team to sign the Athlete Ally pledge as a team.
It's a pledge of tolerance for all athletes regardless of their sexual orientation.
The team was at Pride Fest Sunday showing off their skills and support.
The team joins former Vikings kicker Chris Kluwe who is an ambassador of Athlete Ally.
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