Third and a Mile: The History of the Black Quarterback
0 hr 46 mins
Third and a Mile: The History of the Black Quarterback, adapted from a book by sportswriter William C. Rhoden, traces the history of prejudice faced by African-American athletes who attempted to play quarterback in the NFL. The program showcases many of the celebrated names who helped break down that particular color barrier.
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