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Local author Cathy Goldberg Fishman reads from her book When Jackie and Hank Met to fifth-grade pupils at Lamar-Milledge Elementary School as part of Black History Month. The book tells the story of Jackie Robinson and Hank Greenberg, two major league baseball players who fought discrimination because of skin color and religion.

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A story shared  Local author Cathy Goldberg Fishman reads from her book When Jackie and Hank Met to fifth-grade pupils at Lamar-Milledge Elementary School as part of Black History Month. The book tells the story of Jackie Robinson and Hank Greenberg, two major league baseball players who fought discrimination because of skin color and religion.   EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
A story shared Local author Cathy Goldberg Fishman reads from her book When Jackie and Hank Met to fifth-grade pupils at Lamar-Milledge Elementary School as part of Black History Month. The book tells the story of Jackie Robinson and Hank Greenberg, two major league baseball players who fought discrimination because of skin color and religion.
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