Then secondly, we wanted to have a central, unified effort, really allowing the name to speak for itself.

The way things are, you want to be a shining example of what things could and how people could come together, and how it looks when people do come together and unite as one, and don’t look at skin color, don’t look at gender, don’t look at anything but the quality of someone’s character.

We’re trying to do our best to be that example.“Our team wanted to do something that made a difference, we wanted to make a tangible difference.

Neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky constructed a reproductive spectrum with opposite poles being tournament species, in which males compete fiercely for reproductive privileges with females, and pair bond arrangements, in which a male and female will bond for life.

These species-particular behavior patterns provide a context for aspects of human reproduction, including dating.

“We’ve had a lot of requests from people outside of the building of, ‘How can I help, where can I donate, how can I do my part?

’ So we wanted to give them a place to do that, but also players have an opportunity to do so as well.Yeah, we’re talking about it, but we’re also putting some action behind it.We truly believe that’s the way to go about it.”The Seahawks have made their voices heard, and as head coach Pete Carroll said earlier this week, “moving forward, it’s about making a difference.” Through the Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund, players plan on making that difference.“This is the time, when is a better time than now to change the future? “Now is when we act; we can’t wait until things get so bad that it’s too late to change.”The Seattle Foundation, using its philanthropic expertise, deep roots in the community and network of partners, will help the Seahawks Players Equality and Justice for All Action Fund to develop targeted strategies to increase equality and justice in the community through effective education and leadership programs.“The leadership demonstrated by the Seahawks players is a powerful example of authentic action in creating greater equality and justice in our communities,” said Tony Mestres, president and CEO of Seattle Foundation.The fund will be housed at the Seattle Foundation, a nonprofit that manages nearly

’ So we wanted to give them a place to do that, but also players have an opportunity to do so as well.Yeah, we’re talking about it, but we’re also putting some action behind it.We truly believe that’s the way to go about it.”The Seahawks have made their voices heard, and as head coach Pete Carroll said earlier this week, “moving forward, it’s about making a difference.” Through the Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund, players plan on making that difference.“This is the time, when is a better time than now to change the future? “Now is when we act; we can’t wait until things get so bad that it’s too late to change.”The Seattle Foundation, using its philanthropic expertise, deep roots in the community and network of partners, will help the Seahawks Players Equality and Justice for All Action Fund to develop targeted strategies to increase equality and justice in the community through effective education and leadership programs.“The leadership demonstrated by the Seahawks players is a powerful example of authentic action in creating greater equality and justice in our communities,” said Tony Mestres, president and CEO of Seattle Foundation.The fund will be housed at the Seattle Foundation, a nonprofit that manages nearly $1 billion in philanthropic investments.An advisory board, comprised of players, team leadership and business and community leaders will be formed in the coming week to steward the fund and determine how grants will be allocated to nonprofits.“First, we wanted to do something actionable, we wanted to have an action item,” Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said.Seahawks players have made their voices heard on the topics of injustices and inequality, both through protest and through their words.

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’ So we wanted to give them a place to do that, but also players have an opportunity to do so as well.

Yeah, we’re talking about it, but we’re also putting some action behind it.

We truly believe that’s the way to go about it.”The Seahawks have made their voices heard, and as head coach Pete Carroll said earlier this week, “moving forward, it’s about making a difference.” Through the Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund, players plan on making that difference.“This is the time, when is a better time than now to change the future? “Now is when we act; we can’t wait until things get so bad that it’s too late to change.”The Seattle Foundation, using its philanthropic expertise, deep roots in the community and network of partners, will help the Seahawks Players Equality and Justice for All Action Fund to develop targeted strategies to increase equality and justice in the community through effective education and leadership programs.“The leadership demonstrated by the Seahawks players is a powerful example of authentic action in creating greater equality and justice in our communities,” said Tony Mestres, president and CEO of Seattle Foundation.

The fund will be housed at the Seattle Foundation, a nonprofit that manages nearly $1 billion in philanthropic investments.

An advisory board, comprised of players, team leadership and business and community leaders will be formed in the coming week to steward the fund and determine how grants will be allocated to nonprofits.“First, we wanted to do something actionable, we wanted to have an action item,” Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said.

Seahawks players have made their voices heard on the topics of injustices and inequality, both through protest and through their words.

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’ So we wanted to give them a place to do that, but also players have an opportunity to do so as well.

Yeah, we’re talking about it, but we’re also putting some action behind it.

We truly believe that’s the way to go about it.”The Seahawks have made their voices heard, and as head coach Pete Carroll said earlier this week, “moving forward, it’s about making a difference.” Through the Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund, players plan on making that difference.“This is the time, when is a better time than now to change the future? “Now is when we act; we can’t wait until things get so bad that it’s too late to change.”The Seattle Foundation, using its philanthropic expertise, deep roots in the community and network of partners, will help the Seahawks Players Equality and Justice for All Action Fund to develop targeted strategies to increase equality and justice in the community through effective education and leadership programs.“The leadership demonstrated by the Seahawks players is a powerful example of authentic action in creating greater equality and justice in our communities,” said Tony Mestres, president and CEO of Seattle Foundation.

The fund will be housed at the Seattle Foundation, a nonprofit that manages nearly $1 billion in philanthropic investments.

billion in philanthropic investments.An advisory board, comprised of players, team leadership and business and community leaders will be formed in the coming week to steward the fund and determine how grants will be allocated to nonprofits.“First, we wanted to do something actionable, we wanted to have an action item,” Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said.Seahawks players have made their voices heard on the topics of injustices and inequality, both through protest and through their words.