Jackie Robinson's fight against racism: the untold story

Hallman, Charles
August 2012
Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder;8/30/2012, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p10
The article discusses the fights and struggle against the acts of racism on baseball player Jackie Robinson in the U.S., and mentions the incidence of bus journey with the light-skinned Black woman.


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