Which issue is jackie robinson addressing in his letter to president eisenhower?


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He appealed to President Eisenhower to do something about the issue segregation over the school at Little Rock, Arkansas where the President sent the troops to escort nine Black students to school to implement the desegregation program where it was being block by Governor Faubus.

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