In 1920, Andrew “Rube” Foster, the owner of the Chicago American Giants, decided to form the Negro National League. During this time, colored leagues became very popular and rivaled the skill of white leagues. The 1930s and 1940s became the golden years of colored baseball. They brought a community together in times of radical division. They created a hub of support and economic prosperity. This was bigger than a baseball league. This was bigger than sports.
The Negro League games became an unmissable social gathering - a place to express yourself free from discrimination and hate. The groundbreakers behind its inception built an environment where the game, the players, and the community could all flourish.
Greatness gives back and the great people behind the Negro Leagues gave their community a new celebration.
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