In the Dugout with Jackie Robinson Programs

Frank Bauman for "Look" magazine, "Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers," 1949. Museum of the City of New York, X2011.4.11814.47

In 1947, Jackie Robinson made history when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers and became the first African American in Major League Baseball. Our exhibition,  In the Dugout with Jackie Robinson, features some 30 images of Robinson and the Dodgers taken for Look magazine. Join us for a series of programs, co-presented with the Jackie Robinson Foundation, that explore Robinson's life, legacy, and impact on activism in sports.

Click on a program below to learn more and purchase tickets. 

Supporters and Partners

In the Dugout with Jackie Robinson is made possible in part by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation and The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, with additional support provided by Martin L. Edelman, Esq; Gregg A. Gonsalves; and Peter O’Malley. (as of December 20, 2018).

Programs in this series are made possible in part by Jim Hanley & Taconic Builders and co-presented with the Jackie Robinson Foundation

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