Cincinnati gears up for Civil Rights festivities

On June 20, the Cincinnati Reds will play host to the Chicago White Sox at what will be the first Civil Rights Game held at a major league stadium during the regular season.

The game will showcase Cincinnati and the efforts Major League Baseball has made to create a level playing field for players and fans of all races and backgrounds.

The game will be complimented by a host of other civil rights related events taking place throughout the weekend which will include people like Hank Aaron, Tony Perez, Oscar Robertson, Harold Reynolds, Bud Selig, Sugar Ray Leonard, Muhammad Ali, Bill Cosby, Bob Gibson, Soledad O'Brien, BeBe Winans, Eric Davis and Bill Clinton.

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