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by Karen Mueller Coombs

Download Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend (African-American Biographies) (Enslow Publishers) eBook
ISBN:
0894906909
Author:
Karen Mueller Coombs
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Biographies
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English
Publisher:
Enslow Pub Inc; 1st edition (January 1, 1997)
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100+ page biographies of inspirational African Americans. Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC. Length: 128 Pages.

book by Karen Mueller Coombs. 100+ page biographies of inspirational African Americans. Explores both the personal and professional lives of these exemplary men and women.

Springfield, NJ : Enslow Publishers. Explores the life and career of Jackie Robinson, from his childhood in Pasadena, California, through his struggles with prejudice and discrimination, to his success as a major league baseball player. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Includes bibliographical references (page 126) and index.

Hardcover, 128 pages. Published January 1st 1997 by Enslow Publishers. The title of the book is Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend, it was written by Karen Mueller Coombs. This books genre was a biography.

Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend. by. Karen Mueller Coombs (Goodreads Author). Hardcover, 128 pages. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend (African-American Biographies). This book tells about the amazing achievements that Jackie made and all the sacrifices he had to make so that African Americans could play Major League Baseball.

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Jackie Robinson : Baseball's Civil Rights Legend.

Jackie Robinson : Baseball's Civil Rights Legend. African-American Biographies. By (author) Karen Mueller Coombs.

Coombs, Karen Mueller. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend. This biography of the civil rights activist and reverend details his run for President and his organization, PUSH. Martin Luther King, Jr. Illustrated by Robert Jakoubet. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1997. This work explores the life and career of the baseball player, from his childhood in Pasadena, California, through his struggles with prejudice and discrimination, to his success as the first African-American major league baseball player. Ms. Africa: Profiles of Modern African Women.

An exciting biography teaches about the trailblazing baseball star who, despite racist insults, earned the . Ford describes some of the inequities he faced and notes that throughout his life he spoke out for the rights of African Americans.

An exciting biography teaches about the trailblazing baseball star who, despite racist insults, earned the world's admiration through his courage and talent.

Start studying Jackie Robinson. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Civil Rights Legend 1997 Karen Mueller Coombs. This is here because it said that there needed to be a definition. Ben Chapman believed that African American didn't belong in the MLB.

Jackie retired from baseball in 1962 Jack wrote books and syndicated columns in newspapers

Jackie retired from baseball in 1962. Jackie Robinson had a lot of courage to be the first African-American to play Major League Baseball. Jack was strong and proud enough to take insults from other players and fans. When Jackie retired from baseball, he entered the business world. Jack helped to start Freedom Bank in 1964. Jack wrote books and syndicated columns in newspapers. Jack had an active role in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. Jack Roosevelt Robinson died of heart and lung disease on October 24. 1972. His wife and three children surrounded him. After Jack’s death Rachel, his.

This diverse collection offers an enlightening look at African American baseball in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the Negro Leagues, and the turmoil surrounding the integration of baseball by Jackie Robinson and others. Influential figures such as the Negro League team owner Effa Manley, the writer Sol White, and the player Don Newcombe are explored, along with Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey.

Explores the life and career of Jackie Robinson, from his childhood in Pasadena, California, through his struggles with prejudice and discrimination, to his success as a major league baseball player