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Forgotten Four: The Integration of Pro Football,” tells the inspirational story of four African Americans – Marion Motley, Bill Willis, Woody Strode and Kenny Washington – who in 1946 permanently reintegrated pro football, one year before Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball. Sports historians and family members recall the real-life struggles and broad cultural impact of the four African American athletes.
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The screening is offered at no additional cost and included in the price of admission for all Hall of Fame guests on Monday.
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There will be four viewings of the documentary at 11 AM, Noon, 1 PM and 2 PM in the Gold Jacket Lounge, located inside the Hall of Fame. Each showing is one hour long. No reserved seating.