Tag Archives: Character Development

Helping our community through the NYC YouthBridge Leaders to Leaders Summit

My name is Te’Shawn Merritt, or Mayweather (after Floyd Mayweather Jr.) as some of my teammates call me . I am a member of South Bronx United. I play for the club’s U17 travel team, the SBU 94 Spartans. I am … Continue reading

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United Through Soccer

By Polonia Aristy I think racism in soccer here in South Bronx United is not a problem because it’s a diverse program. Being in South Bronx United gives us an opportunity to get to know each other and our backgrounds … Continue reading

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Staying Positive

By Jeffrey Cordova Me, as a small kid yet to really see the outside world, is like me being in a cage. But at the same time, you don’t know what type of danger you are going to face. Do … Continue reading

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The Strength of Diversity

By Mingoro “Papi” Fanny As a soccer player, I know that during a game it would be really hard to concentrate when fans, spectators, and others in the stands are yelling, screaming, and shouting racist things. At South Bronx United, … Continue reading

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Youth conference “Can you hear me now? Youth have their say”

By Effie Diaz On Friday June 3rd, there was a youth conference known as “Can you hear me now? youth have their say” hosted by We Are The Bronx Fellowship. This conference was mainly about having the youth speak and express … Continue reading

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