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More than 80 years ago, the co-owner of the Newark Eagles used her platform to impact society
The ‘Afternoon of Jazz’ concert hosted by Jackie and his wife Rachel was a ‘jam session for civil rights’ and raised nearly $15,000
The painful stories of baseball players such as Dick Allen, Bob Gibson and Bill White aren’t as well known
Examining the lack of black catchers in MLB and the prospects with a shot
He thrived while enduring hate and vitriol
The Undefeated edition black facts for Feb. 4
Willie Mays is known as one of the most exciting players in baseball thanks to Jackie Robinson
A tribute to the Negro League’s roll in Jackie Robinson’s legendary career.
On the 72nd anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s MLB debut, his daughter Sharon describes the impact he made on the world.
Baseball was only his first stage, followed by politics and corporate America
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