Commentary: Negro Leagues battle the hands of time
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — They buried more history on Tuesday. Not many of them left now. This is a precious resource, an irreplaceable connection to a proud and triumphant history that is already too often overlooked. What will happen when all the voices are gone? What will people remember about the Negro Leagues' place in the Civil Rights movement?
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