Black History Culture : Negro League fans, players convene for annual conference

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  1. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    CLICK the picture for the ARTICLE

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    From left, Negro League players Ken Free, Horace “Pete” Venable Jr. and Ted Toles answer questions from fans . “This is history that needs to be told,” Free, a third baseman with the Raleigh Tigers in 1959, said of the Negro League. ANDREW HENDERSON PHOTOS | THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT


    One thing though, THEY APPEAR to be ANSWERING QUESTIONS from YOUNG and OLD alike and are not ASHAMED of why they feel the NEGRO LEAGUE is important to AMERICA.
     
  2. GrandHustle

    GrandHustle Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What's up dusty elbows....thanks for sharing this. Good article ...the image link didnt take me to the article page though. I had to search around for it.


    http://content.hamptonroads.com/story.cfm?story=126858&ran=128526
     
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