THE GREAT INFLUENCE OF JACKIE ROBINSON
Jackie Robinson, is one of the most influential sports players, having ended 60 years of racial segregation in the Major League Baseball. But he did not have an easy time getting to that point, and achieving the amazing things he did.
SERENA WILLIAMS: MOST INFLUENTIAL ATHLETE
Serena Williams, an American professional tennis player, has changed our culture, community, athletics, and the way we view them in many ways.
Character Counts, Willie O’Ree
The most important thing a successful person need is determination. The quote by Willie O’Ree is an excellent creed: “If you think you can then you can. If you think you cannot, then you’re right.”
Wilma Rudolph: Overcoming Obstacles
Although you will face more obstacles in your early years than most people face in their entire lives, you will overcome these challenges and go on to achieve fame and glory. This is the beginning of Wilma Rudolph’s amazing story.
Teaming up with Boston sports stars to battle bullying
A 54-year-old health teacher speaks to middle schoolers about bullying. Within a couple minutes, those kids are thinking about the lunch menu. But over in a neighboring community, the students hear from Red Sox superstar Mookie Betts and Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman.
Boston vs. Bullies in Sanford, ME
Harper Sweet has it figured out: bullies just want attention. If you walk away from them, that defuses them and empowers you.
Boston vs. Bullies 2018 Evaluation
A team of independent evaluators from Boston University recently released the most far-reaching and ambitious evaluation study of The Sports Museum’s Boston vs. Bullies program conducted to date, indicating that the program is positively impacting participating schools and students.
Boston vs. Bullies on BCAM
Watch Executive Director Rusty Sullivan talk about our award-winning educational program Boston vs. Bullies!
2018 Will McDonough Writing Contest
Congratulations to all of our winners!
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