When sports is the only model of success presented to young Black boys, it sets up a framework of failure

IImagine if we expected people to choose their careers in sixth grade. If we regularly required 12-year-olds to make decisions that would dictate the rest of their lives. The thought makes little sense, yet for athletes, that’s essentially what happens. In order to become competitive at the college level —…

Victoria Carter

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