|Program is part of the SWING INTO HISTORY: Baseball & American Culture Series, a partnership between the National Archives at Kansas City and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
Bill White was among the star Major League players of the immediate generation after Jackie Robinson. He was an 8 time All-Star for four teams from 1956-1969 and later became President of the National League. He was also a successful baseball broadcaster. White will discuss and sign copies of his autobiography "Uppity: My Untold Story About the Games People Play."