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How did the civil rights movement effect Jackie Robinson? Jackie Robinson may not have been the best baseball player in the history of baseball but he was surly the most important. Without Jackie courage we would not have other great baseball players like: Ken Griffey Jr., Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, or even Sammy Sosa. I hope in this essay you will get a better understanding for how the civil rights movement effected Jackie Robinson. Jackie …

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…lasted for 10 major league seasons and he played in six world series and six-all star games, his career bating average was .311. But all that does not madder what matters is that he lived his life to help others. Jackie Roosevelt Robinson died October, 24, 1972. Jackie’s tomb stone is made of marble and has the following Quote on his grave’ “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**