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Rule #1

Go for Gold

Certain things are complicated, and certain things are simple: treating others the way you want to be treated is not complicated. Sports have always helped people from different backgrounds connect on common ground. Classes, practices, and competitions serve as arenas that teach vital lessons while making important topics easier to understand. This curriculum educates, engages, and empowers players to reflect, recognize, and react to injustices both on and off the field. Strengthen athletes to stand confidently as they make their voices heard. Sports teach character, and this curriculum will help each athlete’s character shine brightly. Just remember, always, always go for gold. 

Our Approach

On the field sports lessons and off the field life lessons.


Each lesson explains the topic in a clear, cogent, and concise manner and contains a full lesson, brief overview, coaching points, a reflection, and an activity sheet to reinforce it all.


Use the scenarios, discussions, and gameplay to invite dialogue. Spur insight, inquiry, and even incredulity as players gain understanding from multiple perspectives.


Equip players with the confidence and tools to address injustices anywhere, at any time, and in any place. "Look good, feel good, play good," but don't forget to do good.


We are looking for partners! Preview pages from the Ally Curriculum as well as the the elementary and middle and high school journals.  Curriculum pages include a table of contents, user guide, sample lesson, full lesson, and educational alignment. Athlete workbook pages include sample assignments for each age group and the athlete reflection journal. 


A clear, cogent, and concise explanation of the lesson explained in simple terms.


A visual setup of the drills along with the equipment you will need.


A quick, visual example of the lesson that players get to act out.



Jumpstart the drill in four steps complete with clear and simple instructions.

Coaching points

Review the theme and prompt discussions with three key points: ask, analyze, and act.


Adjust the difficulty level and find complementary drills to reinforce the lesson