It is based off of the book Jackie Robinson and the American Dilemma, by John R. M. Wilson

-A brief overview of the book’s biographical figure and their major contribution/impact on early American history.
-Did the book offer a balanced account, or was it seemingly biased (either in favor or against)?
-Did the book use the kind of sources that demonstrate strong academic quality and reliability?
-Who is this book primarily aimed at, the professional historian or a more general reading audience?
-Did the book offer adequate general context for the biographical figure in question?
-What unexpected, unique, or otherwise interesting things did you learn from this book?