Jackie Robinson Museum Honors Legacy of Baseball and Civil Rights Icon in Formal Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

This morning, Zubatkin joined our clients, project partners, the Robinson family, and a host of notable celebrities and dignitaries, to celebrate the opening of the new Jackie Robinson Museum in TriBeCa. Jackie’s wife Rachel, who turned 100 years old earlier this month, formally cut the ribbon for this 8,000-square-foot exhibit space hailed by The New York Times as “NYC’s first museum dedicated largely to the civil rights movement.”

Honoring Jackie’s legacy as a trailblazing athlete and social justice pioneer, the space features hundreds of artifacts and interactive exhibits designed to engage a diverse audience. The museum, which officially opens to the public on September 5th, also includes a gift shop, guest welcome area, and support spaces, as well as an interconnecting stair and elevator to an upstairs education suite and the museum archives.

Zubatikin’s team includes Andy Bast, Agata Siwiak Vetter, Todd Littleton, Charlene Nieves, Kyle Baer, Heather Siegfried, Lisa Simone, Vanessa Cardona, and Lakya Roberts.

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