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  1. Jackie Robinson Foundation. The Jackie Robinson Foundation is a national, 501 non-profit organization, which gives scholarships to minority youths for higher education, as well as preserving the legacy of Baseball Hall of Fame member, Jackie Robinson. It was founded in 1973 by Rachel Robinson. It's located in New York, New York, United States.

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  2. Rachel Robinson, Actress: Fainaru fantajî XIII. Rachel Robinson was born on May 10, 1972 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Rachel Elizabeth Robinson. Rachel is an actress and writer, known for Final Fantasy XIII (2009), Hellsing Ultimate (2006) and StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void (2015).

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    Business leader, civil rights activist, professor, nurse, wife, and mother, Rachel Isum Robinson is a woman of enormous accomplishments, her own and those achieved jointly with her husband, Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball in 1947 when he played with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Together the couple supported numerous causes, but particularly civil rights in and out of the sports sphere. Since her husbands premature death, Mrs. Robinson has used her ability and his legacy to further the causes they so ardently supported.

    Following the death of her husband in 1972, Mrs. Robinson incorporated the Jackie Robinson Development Corporation, which was founded to build and manage housing for people of moderate and low incomes. A year later, Mrs. Robinson created the Jackie Robinson Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide college scholarships and leadership training. Mrs. Robinson has been an ardent crusader for opportunity through education engaging corporate America in supporting the Foundations mission of cultivating talented future leaders and inspiring young people to fulfill their dreams by obtaining a college education.

    A career nurse, Mrs. Robinson earned her masters degree in psychiatric nursing from New York University and worked as a researcher at the Albert Einstein College of Medicines Department of Social and Community Psychiatry. Mrs. Robinson then became Director of Nursing for the Connecticut Mental Health Center and an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Yale University.

    After years at the head of the Foundations board, Rachel Robinson stepped down as chairwoman in 1996. That same year, she authored Jackie Robinson: An Intimate Portrait, published by Abrams Publishing Company. Mrs. Robinson has received numerous awards including the Candace Award for Distinguished Service from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, the Equitable Life Black achievers Award and the Associated Black Charities Black History Makers Award. In addition, St. Johns University, Springfield College, MacAlester College, Boston College, Suffolk University, New York University, Connecticut College and the University of Massachusetts have conferred upon her honorary doctorates.

    Robinson has two children, twelve grandchildren, three great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren.

  3. Rachel Robinson (born 14 July 1975; age 46) played Melanie in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fourth season episode "The Visitor". She is the daughter of Andrew Robinson (Garak), and was a leading candidate for the role of Ezri Dax on DS9. [1] She currently lives in Portland, Oregon and works primarily as a singer / songwriter. She released a self-titled EP in 2003, Platonica Files in 2007, My ...

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  4. 04/08/2021 · Rachel Robinson is the founder of "The Jackie Robinson Foundation"., a non-profit organization that provides educational and leadership opportunities for minority students. She is better known as the the wife of Jackie Robinson, who was a professional player. The couple was together for 25 years until the death of Mr. Robinson. They shares three children Jackie Robinson, Sharon Robinson, and ...

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    Rachel Robinson, born on July 19, 1922 in Los Angeles, California, went on to earn her degree in nursing before marrying Jackie Robinson, who would make history as the first African-American player to compete in baseball's major leagues. The two faced an onslaught of threats and insults during their time as trailblazers and later made contributions to the burgeoning Civil Rights Movement. Rachel made further advancements in her career as well, eventually serving as an assistant professor at Yale, and also established The Jackie Robinson Foundation, a scholarship foundation in her husband's name after his death.

    Rachel Annetta Isum was born on July 19, 1922 in Los Angeles, California. She attended the University of California, where she met athlete Jackie Robinson in the early 1940s. Though the two knew they wanted the marry, their plans were put on hold when Robinson was called to serve in the Army as a second lieutenant while Rachel finished her schooling. She graduated in 1945 with a bachelor’s in science, having also working night shifts as a riveter.

    Rachel and Jackie were married on February 10, 1946, and went on to have three children. Jackie had begun to play baseball professionally for the Negro Leagues, and after being signed by Branch Rickey went on to become the first African-American player to compete in the major leagues, playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. "I was the support person so often misidentified as the ‘little woman behind the great man,’ but I was neither little nor behind him. I felt powerful by his side as his partner, essential, challenged, and greatly loved." Despite Robinson’s future renown as a trailblazer, he and Rachel faced an onslaught of racist treatment during his early major league days, dealing with everything from death threats and public insults to balls pitched with malice on the field. Rachel would later speak of the two working together to create a nurturing home for themselves and their children, relying on deep emotional intimacy to cope with the harassment.

    While enjoying motherhood, referring to herself as a stereotypical “den mother,” Rachel nonetheless wanted to further develop her career. She earned her master’s in psychiatric nursing from New York University in 1959, going on to work for several years as a clinician/researcher at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She later took on a position directing the nursing program at the Connecticut Mental Health Center and working as an assistant professor at Yale University’s School of Nursing, with both her and Jackie actively involved in the Civil Rights Movement.

    In 1971, the couple’s oldest child Jack Robinson Jr. died in a car accident. The following year Jackie Robinson died from a heart attack and complications from diabetes, with Rachel’s mother then passing in April of 1973. Despite the emotional anguish and grief, Rachel maintained her resolve: In 1972 she established the Jackie Robinson Development Corporation, which specialized in providing housing for modest incomes. She also launched the Jackie Robinson Foundation in 1973, which has provided college scholarships and mentoring for hundreds of students of color over the decades.

    Rachel Robinson has continued to help improve the lives of forthcoming generations and preserve the honorable legacy of her husband, having also published the photography book Jackie Robinson: An Intimate Portrait in 1996, with the title reissued in 2014. Rachel was also consulted during the making of the 2013 Jackie Robinson biopic 42, reviewing the script and meeting the film's lead actor Chadwick Boseman.

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    Rachel Robinson (born May 10, 1972 in Los Angeles, California, USA) is an American voice actress. She's married to voice actor Christopher Bevins. She's known for voicing: Oerba Yun Fang in Final Fantasy XIII.

    Animation American Dad! (2009) - Additional Voices Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters (2012-2013) - Driver Minion (ep38), Megaria Lego Friends (2014) - Additional Voices MTV2 Celebrity Deathmatch (2006) - Pamela Anderson (ep8), Verne Troyer (ep8) Web Shorts Breaking News: Fake Trump Cartoons (2017) - Rosie O'Donnell (ep10)

    Anime - Dubbing A Certain Magical Index II (2014) - Lidvia Lorenzetti ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. (2017) - Mauve (Announced) A.I.C.O.: Incarnation (2018) - Akiko Nanbara AOKANA: Four Rhythm Across the Blue (2018) - Aoi Kagami Absolute Duo (2015) - Miwa (ep7), Additional Voices Ace Attorney (2018) - Additional Voices Aquarion Logos (2016-2017) - Imaginary Haruka (ep8), Old Lady Haruka (ep8), Additional Voices Attack on Titan (2014) - Additional Voices Back Street Girls: Gokudols (2018) -...

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