We LOVE February for so many reasons! It marks the 36th celebration of Girls and Women in Sports Day. It’s when we celebrate Black History. We are talking about incredible accomplishments from our Black Wrestlers who are connecting leaders across the country to promote change.
AND it is our champion tournament series kick off! Happy Wrestling!
Girls and Women in Sports
On February 2nd, we celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day by showcasing some of our talented, strong, and aspirational girls in the sport of wrestling. They are inspiring the next generation of female athletes. Discover how supporters like you are participating in #NGWSD and continue to Lead Her Forward.
Speaking of inspirational females in the sport of wrestling, Bior Guigni, BTSNE CEO is one of 50 individuals from Across the Country Honored for Service in her Community Amidst Global Pandemic. Watch Bior present at the Leadership Learning Series through the Institute for Nonprofit Practice. Congratulations to all the Changemakers!
Did you know that over the last decade Beat the Streets New England has been expanding opportunities for kids of color with access to wrestling-based youth development programs? It’s all at no cost to youth and families. Together we are actively taking down opportunity barriers to wrestling throughout New England’s inner-cities.
We are grateful for other like-minded organizations like the Black Wrestling Association. “To Inspire, Connect, and Empower Black Wrestlers and Allies to Grow Wrestling through Representation, Equality, and Opportunity.”
To Continue Your Love and Support
If you want to make change, change it today! The secret to success is right in your hands.
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Our Contact Information
Beat the Streets New England
100A Warren St
Boston, MA 02119
BTSNE is thanking the James & Amy Bennett Foundation for their support for Girls and Women in Sports!