Tag Archives: Diversity

2,200 Books Donated + 600 Kids Reached = A Successful 7th Annual Literacy Day

BRONX, NY — On Saturday, May 20th, South Bronx United held its 7th Annual Literacy Day. Families, students, coaches and volunteers of all ages came together on three soccer fields in the South Bronx for a day focused on reading and … Continue reading

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Students showcase work in SBU Karen Barth Arts Program

Bronx, NY – Several students in the SBU Karen Barth Arts Program collaborated to create unique works of art to showcase in front of friends and family at the Urban Assembly School last week. They drew from their passion for soccer and … Continue reading

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SBU Youth Council Hosts International Food Night

On January 20th, 2017, South Bronx United’s Youth Council hosted an International Food Night for students in SBU Academy, coaches, mentors and volunteers. The Youth Council is a group of ten students who have been selected to represent all South … 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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A South Bronx Family

By Ghirbran Toxqui I feel that racism around the world is a major problem we have. Racism affects the way you think and makes you see things in different ways. Racism is a matter of words affecting another person’s life … 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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