Celebrating progress while continually striving to make sure freedom is realized for all Americans.
Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1962, his first year of eligibility
NAACP's prestigious Springarn Medal
In 1947, Jackie Robinson engineered the integration of professional sports in America by breaking the color barrier in baseball.
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Words of Wisdom
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.
January 31st 2019 marks jackie Robinson’s 100th birthday. Stay tuned to the Jackie Robinson Centennial Birthday Event Calendar & Timeline, for events the whole year long!
CMG Worldwide is excited to announce the new and improved website of Jackie Robinson. Dive into the website’s updated visuals and content—the design is thoroughly modernized, responsive, and ready to explore! Check back periodically for the latest announcements and posts about Jackie Robinson, and be sure to follow his official accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
Click the play button below to listen to Jackie Robinson’s Final Interview on Oct. 18, 1972: This exclusive radio interview by Larry Upton, a former shortstop in the Brooklyn Dodger Organization and a Boston radio sportscaster and anchorman, is the last reported interview of the legendary Robinson, before he died of a heart attack […]