Megan Rapinoe has its own way to the football star in the women’s World Cup of 2019. Now she is writing a book on social justice. The project, which has no title has been acquired by Penguin Press, and is expected to be published in autumn 2020, it will include anecdotes on Rapinoe life and go beyond sport. “I hope that this book will inspire people to find what they can do and, in turn inspire others around them to do the same,” Rapinoe, 34, The New York Times said in an e-mail. In addition to the star of being Rapinoe of the National Women is a social activist who often talk about the politics of division and equal pay and LGBTQ rights. She made headlines and drew the ire of President Donald Trump and many conservatives still during the national anthem at the game, in solidarity with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick. They also rejected the idea of winning the White House before Team USA in the world Cup– the team to get his second of the World Cup in a row. “We have to be better, we need more love and less hate. Listen more and talk less. It ”s our responsibility to make this world a better place,” he said in a speech on July 10 at the World Series parade in New York City. She has but called himself “Walking protest when it comes to the administration Trump is coming,” and when asked by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, what he would say to the President, he said. “Your message will be without people” “The extraordinary platform of 2019, the victory of the World Cup provides a perfect vehicle for an honest, caring, unapologetic, idealistic discussion of women, social justice, role models, gay issues, the nationalism, and even a little football, ‘ “Ann Godoff, president and chief editor of penguin Press, said in a statement. Penguin Press also announced that Razorbill, a division of Penguin Young Readers is a book for readers aged between 8-12 develop to come to the book for adults. It ‘also with social justice and discussed “the power of young people in their communities and the world at large” deal.