Boston vs. Bullies

Boston vs. Bullies is a bullying prevention program presented by The Sports Museum and the Boston sports community to stand strong against bullying.

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The Sports Museum has rallied the entire Boston sports community behind this effort. This video-based program features current Boston professional athletes and includes a facilitator’s guide and lesson presentation slides.

In these resources, teachers, youth leaders, and parents will find tools, discussion questions, and activities to get kids actively involved in practicing the skills they need to effectively stand strong against bullying.

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Boston vs. Bullies

Who We Are

Through videos and activities, the award-winning educational program leverages the power and example of Boston sports to help stop bullying in our schools and in our community.

Thanks to funding from The Highland Street Foundation, New Balance, and others, we are able to bring Boston vs. Bullies to schools and afterschool programs free of charge. Let’s win this one together.

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FPA Eastern June 2022 Cover
The Sports Museum Curator Richard Johnson was featured in the main article on Fifty Plus Advocate (FPA) Eastern June 2022 issue. In the article, he talks about how he landed his job 40 years ago as a the first employee of The Sports Museum and helped turn the museum's exhibits into what is is today!
President Barack Obama awarded Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011. It remains one of the items in Russell's collection that will not be placed up for auction.
The Sports Museum Curator Richard Johnson was featured in this article on EPSN "How Bill Russell's rare memorabilia took years to reach the collectibles market".

Online Game

Welcome to the Boston vs. Bullies academy for internet champions!

This is a cyber bullying and safety computer game for kids ages 6-9.

Help Ivy, Jordan, and Felix through four rounds of games to become an Internet Champion.