Rosa
Rosa, the youngest of ten, began selling food on the streets of Mexico at the age of nine to help provide for her family. For fun, she indulged in the game of basketball. “I played on the streets with my friends. But first I had to finish my chores.” ...
The Honorable Thelton E. Henderson Talks About a Coach Who Changed His Life
Judge Henderson is a recognized leader in the civil rights movement and has an esteemed reputation as a lawyer, educator, jurist, and as a U.S. District Court Judge appointed by Jimmy Carter in 1980. He was the Justice Department’s first African-American lawyer in the Civil Right Division and a ...
Martha Cuevas, BAHIA
Martha Cuevas has been the site supervisor at the BAHIA school-age program for 26 years. A gentle woman with a natural maternal instinct, she easily commands the respect and adoration of the children she lives to serve. Located in West Berkeley, BAHIA provides critical services to low-income families that ...
James
James Byrd, a single parent of two middle school girls in Berkeley, CA, knows his daughters – Asha and Nia – learn a lot through playing sports. They learn the value of hard work, he says, and what it means to be part of team. “I think it’s a ...

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Tune in to Comcast SportsNet, Friday February 6, 2015 at 7:30pm Pacific for the “Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards.” Attended by head coaches and managers from all six Bay Area professional sports teams, this unprecedented event will enable us to bring sports activities to more kids from underserved communities. Broadcast to feature a special, pre-taped shooting competition between the Warriors’ own Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and Coach Steve Kerr in an epic game of C.O.A.C.H.

Friday, February 6, 2015

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