How a Boston men's league team is bridging cultural divides through soccer

Sometimes the beauty of "the beautiful game" has nothing to do with the action on the field.

In Brookline, Mass., a local men's league team is bridging cultural and racial divides by using soccer as a unifying force, and as a pathway to once taboo conversations about life and politics. What has resulted is an understanding that at our core - whether Israeli, or Iranian, or Kuwaiti, or otherwise - we are, above all else, human.

This is the inspirational story of Falafel Balls.

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