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Forgotten History Video - July 31, 2015

Dear friends,

Jackie Robinson was more than just the first African American to play major league baseball. He was an Olympian, a key figure to the Civil Rights Movement, and helped to establish the Freedom National Bank.

Learn about the life, the achievements, and the legacy of Jackie Robinson.

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