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Published on Mar 24, 2008
For many decades, baseball - like a lot of activities in the United States - was segregated along racial lines. African American players were banned from playing in the Major Leagues. In response to that ban, the Negro National League was formed and it thrived, until 1947. Now in a new book author and artist Kadir Nelson looks back at the league and offers an illustrated tribute to the men who realized their dreams by overcoming great adversity.