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Jack Roosevelt Robinson (1919-72), the first black man to "officially" play in the big leagues in the 20th century, possessed enormous physical talent and a fierce determination to succeed. In the course of a distinguished 10-year career beginning in 1947, Robinson led the Brooklyn Dodgers to six National League titles and one victorious World Series.
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NEH Connections offers a convenient path for discovering NEH-funded resources for teaching and learning both inside and outside the classroom. Please click on any header to start exploring the rich array of resources brought to you by the National Endowment for the Humanities!
Be a Reader! Explore Humanities, the bimonthly magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities; Read about award-winning NEH-supported books and projects; See what your State Humanities Council is up to.
Let your students fill the shoes of 14-year-old printer's apprentice Nat Wheeler... Immerse them in primary document exploration through online databases... Teach critical thinking skills, polish world language knowledge...
Teach the humanities through words, sounds, and images by going to an exhibition. The National Endowment for the Humanities funds both short- and long-term exhibitions nationwide, as well as abroad. Discover what's open in your area right now or visit a digital version anytime.
Each year the NEH’s Division of Education Programs offers teachers opportunities to study a variety of humanities topics during the summer. Teachers selected for the programs can receive stipends from $1,200 to $4,500 depending on program and duration.
Discover how NEH-funded documentary series, podcasts, radio shows, and classic films can enrich your students' knowledge and understanding of the humanities.