The real goal: Equal pay for equal play



There is systemic ​inequality that exists ​in professional sports, ​even among ​​athletes ​at the highest levels. But what can be done? In this talk from TED-Ed Weekend in New York City, Estée Park discusses alarming statistics of wage gaps and poses a solution for how we might get closer to equal pay for equal play.

About the speaker: Estée is a student at the University of Notre Dame. Previously, she attended high school in Atlanta, Georgia, where she helped her soccer team win a state championship.

To find out more about TED-Ed Weekend, go here: bit.ly/2mCCQDn. To start a TED-Ed Club at your school, visit ed.ted.com/clubs.

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