Jackie Robinson: Ideology Of Equality

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America, carved out by the ideology of equality, was not always so equal. Before completely abolishing segregation with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, segregation in public schools, the U.S. armed forces, and even water fountains was the cold and harsh reality. Ignorance drove many people of white decent to believe themselves superior. Strikingly, one man proved that no one race is superior to another. This man is the greatly revered and talented Jackie Robinson. Not only was Robinson a greatly talented baseball player, but he also changed America forever. Robinson’s difficult early life and race never stopped him from revolutionizing society, sports, and even politics in America. This revolutionary man was born on January 31, 1919, in Cairo,
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