(CNN) Five NBA players visited the Vatican on Monday to discuss social and economic injustice with Pope Francis.According to the NBPA — the league’s players association — the meeting took place in the papal library of the Apostolic Palace where the players spoke about their efforts to address inequality in their communities.
The players present were Jonathan Isaac, Sterling Brown, Marco Belinelli, Kyle Korver and Anthony Tolliver.
“Today’s meeting was an incredible experience,” said Tolliver.”With the Pope’s support and blessing, we are excited to head into this next season reinvigorated to keep pushing for change and bringing our communities together.”
% of voters in each group who planned to vote for Trump (Sept. 30-Oct. 5 poll):
White evangelical Prot. 78%
White Prot., not evang. 53%
White Catholic 52%
“Nothing in particular” 31%
Hispanic Catholic 26%
Black Protestant 9%https://t.co/6yhMjO6LLj pic.twitter.com/0aXZKK1Hdf
— Pew Research Religion (@PewReligion) October 29, 2020