Our Friends & Associates

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LARRY LESTER / NOIRTECH REASEARCH

IN-DEPTH AND COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH ON NEGRO LEAGUES BASEBALL HISTORY.

One of the founders of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri.

Currently, Larry Lester serves as co-chairman of the Negro Leagues Committee for the prestigious Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), in Cleveland, Ohio. This committee also hosts the annual Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference in selected cities, providing a presentation venue for scholarly papers and academic research.

"We are drowning in information  ...but starving for knowledge."   

   - Larry Lester

NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION

The Negro League Baseball Players Association (NLBPA) exists to honor and celebrate the significant contribution of Negro Leagues players to baseball and American history, to collect and preserve that history, to educate others so that Negro League players may be a source of pride and inspiration for generations to come, and to support and promote the general and financial well being of former Negro Leagues players.

NEGRO LEAGUE PLAYER VIDEOS AND EXCERPTS

COOL "PAPA" BELL - "RUBE FOSTER - JACKIE ROBINSON - MOSES "FLEETWOOD" WALKER - MONTE IRVIN - BUCK O’NEIL - LARRY DOBY - LEON DAY - SATCHEL PAIGE - RAY DANDRIDGE - ROY CAMPANELLA...

BETTIE R MAY FOUNDATION for Small Cell Lung Cancer

We are a 501(c)(3) community service organization committed to finding a cure for small cell lung cancer and assisting women and families affected by the disease.

UniTee Design ... Pride Power Purpose

UniTee Design, Inc. is an ethnic empowerment enterprise on a mission and with a vision: to reestablish Black Unity by empowering our youth through better educational opportunities.

THE FORGOTTEN NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES

In 1990, discovering a league filled with athletes that revolutionized the game of baseball as we know it today, Los Angeles based fashion apparel company -  DMD  commitment to the Negro Leagues began.  DMD developed "The Forgotten Leagues" apparel collection. DMD's collection of Negro League apparel was created to keep Mr. Fosters creation of the Negro National League alive. So that became the force behind the mission, to revolutionize the apparel industry and fans of the Negro Leagues all over the world with THE FORGOTTEN NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES APPAREL COLLECTION.

SOCIETY for AMERICAN BASEBALL RESEARCH

The Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) was formed in August 1971 in Cooperstown New York. It now consists of more than 6,700 members -- including many prominent writers, officials, and former players -- worldwide. There is no test a person must pass to become active. All that's asked of members is that they have an interest in baseball research, statistics, or history

CLP SPECIALTY

NEGRO LEAGUE AND OTHER ADVERTIZING GEAR

Provide you or your organization with advertising and marketing
merchandise for your next special events!!!

These are some of the custom embroidery and silkscreened items we provide:

Tee-Shirts
Caps
Golf Balls
Pens
Towels
Matches

Sport Shirts
Jog Suits
Golf Tees
Pencils
Umbrellas
Organizers

Jackets
Sweat Suits
Markers
Sports Bags
Mugs
Key Chains 

BUFFALO SOLDIERS MUSEUM


The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum (BSNM) a non-profit 501(c)(3) institution was founded in the year 2000 by a Vietnam Veteran and African American military historian, Captain Paul J. Matthews. The museum's Historian is Dr. Franklin D.B. Jackson, a highly decorated Vietnam veteran. Currently, Richard Barefield, Historian and former member of the United States Air Force, serves as the Museum's Chief Docent. The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum is a proud member of the Houston Museum District. We are the only Museum dedicated primarily to preserving the legacy and honor of the African-American soldier, in the United States of America. The museum is also a proud member of the Greater Houston 








TUSKEGEE AIRMEN INC.


Honoring the accomplishments and perpetuating the history of African-Americans who participated in air crew, ground crew and operations support training in the Army Air Corps during WWII























 
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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