A discussion with Jackie Robinson's widow, Rachel Robinson, about her late husband's ground-breaking entry into baseball as the first African-American player. She also talks about the beginning of their relationship as students at UCLA in 1941 and her book "Jackie Robinson: An Intimate Portrait". Two friends of Rachel Robinson's, director Spike Lee and sports columnist Mike Lupica, also weigh in on Jackie Robinson's success as an African-American ball player.
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