We looked inside some of the tweets by @JRFoundation and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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March 1946 | "I'd duck." Jackie Robinson, when asked what he would do if a pitcher threw at his head on his first day of spring training with the Dodgers' minor league Montreal Royals. #JackieRobinson #JR100
March 17, 1946- Jackie makes his debut for the Montreal Royals, becoming the first Black player to openly play for a minor league team against a major league one in over 60 years. #JackieRobinson #JR100
March 1948 | Jackie Robinson devotes his column in The Pittsburgh Courier to Jackie Jr. stating "I want him to grow up in a good home, nice clothes and some of the other things the average American kid enjoys." #JackieRobinson #JR100
March 1964 | Jackie Robinson's Freedom National Bank reaches its capitalization goal of $1.5 million and the comptroller officially declares Freedom National Bank of NY a corporate entity. #JackieRobinson #JR100
We're excited to see how JRF Scholar Keith Sowell does on tonight's ‘Survivor’. Check out this recap to get caught up on Keith's progress before the show airs. https://buff.ly/2u3cyvR #JRFScholars #JRFoundation #JackieRobinson #JR100
March 1938 - When the Pasadena Sox, the city's recreational team, played the Chicago White Sox, White Sox manager Jimmie Dykes said of the 19- year-old Jackie Robinson, "if that kid was white, I'd sign him right now." #JackieRobinson #JR100
What better day than International Women's Day to remind everyone that without Rachel Robinson there would be no Jackie Robinson Foundation? Today we salute #JRFoundation founder, Rachel Robinson. #JackieRobinson #JR100 #IWD2019
March 7, 1965 "Bloody Sunday" - When demonstrators are beaten at the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama, Jackie Robinson telegrams the president urging action, warning that "savage treatment by legalized hatchet men could lead to open warfare." #JackieRobinson #JR100
Strada Education Network @JRFoundation scholar Malik Scott is one of our new #JRFscholars from the Class of 2022: He is majoring in biochemistry at @DukeU. He's worked to alleviate social stigmas through community activism by founding "Be the Change."
March 1948 | Jackie Robinson becomes the full-time starter at second base for the Brooklyn Dodgers when Eddie Stanky (pictured here with Jackie Robinson) is traded to the Braves. #JackieRobinson #JR100