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Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler opposed the WNBA’s dedication of the 2020 season to social justice and the players threw their support behind Rev. Raphael Warnock, her rival in the Georgia senate race. | BreakingT

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Heated battles on the IMG Academy courts in Bradenton, Florida — site of the 2020 WNBA season — may be over, but that doesn’t mean off-the-court action has cooled. Social justice actions abound and nowhere are they sizzling more than in Georgia — home to the Atlanta Dream and battleground for the state’s two Senate seats.

Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler (Rep.) was appointed to the Senate by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp in 2019 following the death of a predecessor. A staunch supporter of one-term president Donald J. Trump and servant to his right-wing voting base, Loeffler vehemently and vocally opposed the WNBA’s choice to dedicate the season to Black Lives Matter. The players dealt with her opposition to their fight for human rights by throwing their support behind Rev. Raphael Warnock (Dem.), her rival in the Senate race.

Although voters decided in the November election that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next president and vice president, respectively, the fight for Senate seats continues. Loeffler faces Warnock in a runoff on Jan. 5 that will help determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the Senate. (Georgia’s second Senate seat will be decided in a runoff between Jon Ossoff (Dem.) and David Perdue (Rep.), who refused an invitation to debate his rival.)

The WNBPA and BreakingT are on the case with this officially-licensed shirt encouraging voters in the Peach State to vote in the runoff election. Proceeds benefit Rock the Vote and the NAACP.

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