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The National Center for Civil and Human Rights cordially invites the public to a community dialogue about the history of baseball in the city of Atlanta and the role of African American Athletes in shaping America’s Pastime.

Guest speakers include Atlanta History Center writer, Paul Crater, documentary filmmaker of “The Other Boys of Summer,” Lauren Meyer, and Sr. Diversity and Inclusion officer for the Atlanta Braves, Adrian Williams. Program participants will receive 1 complimentary drink ticket and have the opportunity to view our Breaking Barriers: Sports for Change exhibit created in partnership with ESPN.

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