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The Black Coaches Classic grew out of a concern for underrepresentation of Black leaders in coaching and in the administrative ranks of scholastic and collegiate athletics. Bob Hohler wrote in the Boston Globe on August 22, 2020 that, "The lack of Black leaders in New England college sports is what institutional and systemic racism looks like".

We agree that representation matters, and we decided to do something about it.

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Boston Showtime Elite Collection

Boston Showtime Elite Collection

The Club exists to promote charitable, educational and athletic activities by implementing... 

Seasonal Collections

Seasonal Collections

Enjoy High Quality products and apparel For Comfort & Culture! Our gear is built with innovative design and... 

Black Coaches Classic Collection

Black Coaches Classic Collection

Enjoy High Quality products and apparel For Comfort & Culture! Our gear is built with innovative design and... 

Getpsychedsports.org

GetPsychedSports.org is dedicated to advancing a model of high school and youth sports teams where facilitating coaches intentionally and explicitly teach social-emotional learning (SEL) and sport psychology skills within a positive, safe, student-centric framework.

  • Student Voice

    If a player has their voice heard and valued, they are more likely to be invested in all aspects of the team. Players will become more engaged when they realize that their voice matters. They will play with more effort and be more goal-focused.

  • Coach's Role

    In an age where employers crave decision-makers and creative problem-solvers, training young people as we do now to robotically conform to every order just as 1900’s factory workers did, is not filling the needs of 21stcentury youth.

  • Curriculum

    There is no curriculum for athletics, there are no specific outcomes or goals for students that apply to all teams, school and district-wide.  Coaches are left rudderless, and therefore, players have uneven experiences within the same school. 

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