Negro League Museum President Bob Kendrick Interview & Homage to Jackie Robinson

In this much anticipated Introduction Episode of UNFILTERED with Bo Porter we take a short trip around the bases with Negro League Museum President Bob Kendrick and pay homage to the life and career of Jackie Robinson. On April 15, 1947 Jackie was the first African American to play Major League Baseball. So it’s only fitting for Jackie to be the Introduction Episode on UNFILTERED with Bo Porter. Having played, coached and managed Major League Baseball, I am a direct beneficiary of Jackie’s immeasurable efforts and for that I’m forever grateful. On April 15th every year all MLB teams wear jersey number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson. Thank you Jackie, for inspiring transformational change throughout MLB and society.

As Bob & I pay tribute to Jackie Robinson on UNFILTERED, I pose this question to all, “Are there biases or unmerited barriers between you and others that need to come down?” If so, take an open-minded educational dive into the life, career and legacy of Jackie Robinson and you’re sure to walk away with a new, profound prospective. I believe we all can learn from one of America’s most influential and transcending leaders.

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