jackie robinson

a civil rights leader

I'm going to talk about jackie robinson and the civil rights movement. During the civil rights movement jackie robinson was the first african American baseball player to play in the modern era of the Major League Baseball. He played as an outfielder and a infielder for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1941 through 1956. These are the three qualities he had leadership, courageous, and thoughtful. I got all my information from Birtannica.com.

Jackie Robinson had leadership. First, he proved that African American can play Major League Baseball by 137 home runs. On April 15, 1947, Robinson broke the decades-old color bar of Major League baseball when he appear on the field. Robinson with drew from UCLA in his third year to help his mother care for the family. That is my third paragraph about Jackie Robinson.

This is my third paragraph about Jackie Robinson. this is the second quality he had he had courageous. first, Jackie Robinson refused to sit at the back of the bus and was threatened with a court-martial, but the charges were dropped and he was given an honorable discharge in 1945. On Oct. 23, 1945, Rickey signed him to play for the Dodgers and was the first African American to play in the major league baseball. That is my fourth paragraph about Jackie Robinson.

This is my last paragraph about Jackie Robinson. Robinson had one more quality and it was thoughtful. during the legendary meeting Rickey shouted insults at Robinson, trying to be certain that Robinson could accept taunts without incident. Robinson became a business man and worked for civil rights. that is my last paragraph about Jackie.

in, conclusion Jackie Robinson was civil rights leader. Jackie Robinson had a great in the civil rights movement. he died in a heart attack. the Dodgers retired he jersey to remembered him as a leader.so I think Jackie was a leader and should remembered as a leader. so that's a you should know about Jackie robinson

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