Herman Hudson was born in Biringham, Alabama in 1923 and grew up to get his bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees from the university of michigan. He had a long career at teaching at other colleges and universitys until the landed at Indiana University. During his time there he established all of the African American studies institues at the college and helped inprove race relations among the community.
The story of this great man begins in South Carolina, James was born in Sumter South Carolina in 1932. James wouldn’t be who he ended up being without the help of his parents, Emmett Conyers, who received his bachelor’s degree in the 1920s from the great Morehouse College in South Carolina and later worked in the colleges printing office until his final days of retirement. Also James had a very motivational mother who pushed her children to the best of their abilities, Crenella Conyers. She received her degree from
in high school in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1921 he entered Columbia University, but left after an
Jackie Roosevelt Robinson was born on January 13, 1919, in Cairo Georgia. He had four old siblings, Edgar, Frank, Matthew, and Willa Mae. His mother’s name was Mallie McGriff and his father’s name was Jerry Robinson. Jackie had a rough childhood. Being raised by a single mother and being a relatively poor family, things were not always easy for the Robinson family. But when Jackie was old enough to attend high school, he joined the John Muir Technical High School in Los Angeles California. After high
Jackie Robinson was born January 31, 1919 in Cairo, Georgia. Jackie was the youngest of 5 children and he was he was raised in relative in relative poverty by a single mother. He attended high school at john muir high and went to Pasadena junior college. Robinson was an outstanding athlete, while he was in high school and college he played 4 sports, baseball, football, basketball, and track. Robinson continued his education at the university of California, Los Angeles where he won varsity letters in four sports. Robinson
Marjorie Lee Browne was born on September 9, 1914 in Memphis, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Mary Taylor Lee and Lawrence Johnson Lee. Marjorie childhood was very rough, her mother passed when she was two . Right after Marjorie mother passed her father was soonly remarried to his new wife Lottie Lee so Lottie helped raise Marjorie. Her father was a railway postal clerk, and stepmother Lottie lee, a school teacher. Growing up Marjorie up into segregation so she went to a private high school called LeMoyne high school. Even through these times Marjorie parents pushed her to better and to not worry about going to a all black school.
Jackie Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia. Jackie was the youngest of five, his whole family was raised in poverty by a single mother. Jackie had attended high school at John Muir High School and he had also attended Pasadena Junior College, where he was an excellent athlete and played: football, basketball, track and baseball. And at that time he was the region's most valuable player in baseball in 1938. But after all that he had served his time in the military from 1942 to 1944, “Robinson served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. However he never saw combat”
Jackie Robinson was first born on January 31st of 1919, in Cairo Georgia. His father (Jerry Robinson) was a sharecropper and Jackie Robinson was a grandson of slave. His mother was Mallie Robinson. He moved with his mother to Pasadena California. He later went to Muir High School. He became the first student there to ever win four varsity letters in different sports, which included; Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Track. Jackie
Jackie Robinson became the best and first black player in the major leagues of baseball in 1947, signing with the Dodgers from Brookly. He won the Rookie of the Year in 1947, National League MVP in 1949 and he also was a World Series champion in 1955. Jack Roosevelt Robinson
Early Life Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, into a family of sharecroppers in Cairo, Georgia. He was the youngest of five children born to Mallie McGriff and Jerry Robinson. His middle name, Edgar, was in honor of former President Theodore Roosevelt who died 25 days before Robinson was born. After Jackie’s father left the family in 1920, they moved to Pasadena, California. Robinson 's mother worked various jobs to support the family. Jackie grew up in poverty in an affluent community. Jackie and his friends were excluded from many recreational opportunities. As a result, Robinson joined a neighborhood gang. His friend Carl Anderson persuaded him to abandon the gang. In high school Jackie attended John Muir high school being an outstanding athlete. He was a multi-sport athlete playing football, baseball, track, tennis, and baseball. Jackie won numerous athletic awards in high school. Jackie Robinson attended
In 1919, Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born in Cairo, Georgia. His family being sharecroppers, Jackie's mother, Mallie, raised Jackie and his four other siblings.(JackieRobinson.com) Being the only black family on the block, his family faced discrimination and racism from neighbors all around. From a humble beginning, Jackie was an outstanding athlete.(larrylester42.com) Jackie was promoted from Washington Junior High. Later, he entered John Muir High School after his junior high career. Recognizing his athletic ability, Robinson's older brothers inspired Jackie to pursue sports.(Jackierobinson.com)
Jackie robinson was a important and influential figure in history that had a positive impact on the world because little did he know he’d be the first black athlete to play in the Major League Baseball in the 20th century. Jackie robinson was Born on January 31,1919 in Cairo georgia, to Jerry and Mallie Robinson who were both sharecroppers. Jackie was the youngest of the five children in the family. One of jackie robinson downfall In 1920, after his father abandoned his family, they moved to Pasadena, California, where his mother took sundry jobs to sustain her family. Due to this jackie robinson proceed to stay in school, He graduated from Washington Junior High School in 1935. He was sent to the John Muir High School where his athletic talents
Jackie Robinson had a rough childhood. He was born January 30, 1919, in Cairo Georgia. His father left him when he was six months old, when that happned his mom moved his family to Pasadena, California. Robinson played four sports in college for UCLA. He later dropped out to help support his mother, because he knew that he wouldn’t get very far as being an African American (Justice, 2015).
As a young man Mosby attended St. Charles College in St. Charles, Missouri. He became very interested in law and studied law at the firm of James W. Morrow. Finally in 1846 he was admitted to the Missouri
He was born in 1915 in Harlem, New York and raised in a very wealthy household by his parents, Isidore and Augusta Miller. After high school Miller worked lots of jobs to save up enough money to attend the University of Michigan, where he wrote his first paper that turned into his first play, called “No