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NFL teams are embracing the lesbian community.
On Monday, the Washington Redskins announced a $15 million initiative aimed at fostering a more welcoming, inclusive and inclusive culture for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender fans, players, coaches and employees.
The initiative will focus on supporting lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) fans through sponsorship, media relations and community engagement programs.
Redskins players will also be supported by a $10 million grant from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
The team will also invest in a lesbian, queer and transgender community center, a $5 million scholarship fund and other initiatives, including the hiring of a sports psychologist.
The Redskins will also host a “Lesbian Night Out” in their stadium on Oct. 10.
In addition, the team will host a special event on Oct., 11, in honor of “Lesbians on the Block,” a campaign launched in 2015 to provide resources and resources to help LGBT youth.
The event, which will include a reception, food, entertainment and a chance to meet the team’s coaches, will be hosted by the NFL’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anthony Fauci and will feature a discussion with former NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
“We know that this is not the first time a sports team has chosen to honor the LGBT community in its sports programming,” said NFL Senior Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs Matt Lloyd.
The NFL’s LGBT outreach is not limited to players, but includes coaches, administrators, executives and other team employees. “
The NFL’s LGBTQ community is a tremendous asset to our league, and we are excited to bring it to life with a new initiative that will empower and support the LGBT communities in our sport.”
The NFL’s LGBT outreach is not limited to players, but includes coaches, administrators, executives and other team employees.
In a recent statement, the NFL said the initiative will be “dedicated to bringing visibility and acceptance to our LGBTQ community.”
“Our teams are a reflection of the diversity of our nation and we recognize that we all have different backgrounds and perspectives.
We have a history of inclusive leadership, and our LGBT teams are committed to creating a welcoming, welcoming environment for all our players and fans,” the statement read.
“Our commitment to inclusion is a cornerstone of the NFL and our league sponsors, and this initiative is designed to give them the support they need to reach the community they serve.”