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LT-50088-09Public Programs: Small Grants to Libraries: Pride and PassionTowson UniversityPride and Passion: The African American baseball Experience - A Traveling Exhibition to Libraries2/1/2009 - 12/31/2012$2,500.00DeborahA.Nolan   Towson UniversityTowsonMD21252-0001USA2009U.S. HistorySmall Grants to Libraries: Pride and PassionPublic Programs2500025000

The 1,000-square-foot panel exhibition examines baseball as a reflection of race relations in the United States, asking how baseball has shaped, and been shaped by, national identity and culture. Photographs, broadsides, team rosters, scorecards, and other baseball memorabilia would tell the story of black participation in baseball, from the integrated amateur leagues of the nineteenth century and the creation of segregated Negro Leagues in the Jim Crow era to Jackie Robinson's now-famous breaking of the color barrier in 1947.