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Overview Page

BYTE is focused on helping to connect communities empower kids and tell the truth about the border.

BYTE Strengthens Communities…

The popular notion of border communities is that they are broken, dangerous, drug infested areas where no one in their right mind would want to spend time.  

However, in our experience, we’ve found the opposite. Our communities are filled with vibrant, brilliant, innovative people working together to solve problems brought on by complex externalities.

BYTE is focused on helping to usher in the next wave of leadership for these communities in five core values and activities.

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Creating a Safe Place

We use tennis to keep kids off the street and build teamwork and self-esteem

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Maximizing Opportunity

We focus on digital literacy, healthy lifestyles and expressiveness to help kids better experience the world.

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Highlighting Intercultural Connection

We see the border like a big tennis net. We host matches, workshops, and events on both sides to show kids that their story is not what they see on the news.

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Connecting Community Resources

Whether it's fighting obesity, connecting family members or helping children living in shelters form a sense of community BYTE is here to help.

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Uncovering Truth on the Border

We see tennis as a metaphor for the border itself. Lots of back and forth, but the same goals.