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Series: Great Moments in History
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson made history when he stepped onto the baseball diamond as a Brooklyn Dodger. How did Robinson break through the racist barriers that had kept so many Black athletes out of professional sports? And what is the enduring legacy of his remarkable accomplishment?
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Size: 9 x 7
Interest Grade: 3-7
Reading Level: -
Penworthy Release: 08-2023
Item #: 54738
Available : 27
Graphic Novels, History, Sports, Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers, 1947, Racist Barriers, Great Moments in History, Art/Rec, Graphic
Nonfiction, Index, Graphic Library, Capstone Press