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245 00 42 today :|bJackie Robinson and his legacy|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource]. 
246 3  Forty-two today 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bTantor Media, Inc.,|c2021. 
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511 1  Read by Mirron Willis. 
520    Explores Jackie Robinson's compelling and complicated 
       legacy Before the United States Supreme Court ruled 
       against segregation in public schools, and before Rosa 
       Parks refused to surrender her bus seat in Montgomery, 
       Alabama, Jackie Robinson walked onto the diamond on April 
       15, 1947, as first baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers, 
       making history as the first African American to integrate 
       Major League Baseball in the twentieth century. Today a 
       national icon, Robinson was a complicated man who 
       navigated an even more complicated world that both 
       celebrated and despised him. Many are familiar with 
       Robinson as a baseball hero. Few, however, know of the 
       inner turmoil that came with his historic status. 
       Featuring piercing essays from a range of distinguished 
       sportswriters, cultural critics, and scholars, this book 
       explores Robinson's perspectives and legacies on civil 
       rights, sports, faith, youth, and nonviolence, while 
       providing rare glimpses into the struggles and strength of
       one of the nation's most athletically gifted and 
       politically significant citizens. Featuring a foreword by 
       celebrated directors and producers Ken Burns, Sarah Burns,
       and David McMahon, this volume recasts Jackie Robinson's 
       legacy and establishes how he set a precedent for future 
       civil rights activism, from Black Lives Matter to Colin 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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600 10 Robinson, Jackie,|d1919-1972|xInfluence. 
650  0 African American baseball players|vBiography. 
650  0 Discrimination in sports|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th 
651  0 United States|xRace relations|xHistory|y20th century. 
700 1  Burns, Sarah,|ewriter of foreword. 
700 1  Merida, Kevin,|ewriter of afterword. 
700 1  Burns, Ken,|ewrite of foreword. 
700 1  McMahon, David,|ewriter of foreword. 
700 1  Willis, Mirron E.|q(Mirron Edward),|d1965-|enarrator. 
700 1  Long, Michael G.,|eeditor. 
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