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Jackie Robinson

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Jackie Robinson
Childhood
He was born January, 31 in Cairo Georgia, in 1919. He moved to Pasadena, California, with his mother Mallie in 1920. He has 3 brothers and 1 sisters. Their name are Mack Robinson, Edgar Robinson, Frank Robinson, and Willa Mae Robinson.
Education
He went to University of California, Los Angeles and Pasadena City College.He was really good at sports so he study for sports.He played baseball, basketball, football and track.When he was younger he didn't go to school because he was a sharecropper.
Adult Life
He play professional football for the Honolulu bears. He retired from football and went to the army.After that he plays baseball. While playing that he married Rachel Isum. He met her at UCLA.He had three kids Jack Robinson Jr, David Robinson and Sharon Robinson.
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Awards
He had Presidential Medal of Freedom 1984,Congressional Gold Medal,National League Most Valuable Player Award and Spingarn Medal,1956.
Fun Facts
HE got ARRESTED in 1938 and 1944. His brother race against Jesse owens in the Olympics.Jackie Robinson Earned His First MVP Award in 1938

3 Adjectives that describe Jackie Robinson
By Tommy Brophy
Nice,outgoing and courage.
Who encourages Jackie Robinson
His dad encourage him.Because when he was little he was a slave. He couldn't do that much.
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