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"Charles Follis showed a difference in the world".
"The color of you skin doesn't make you different".
"Charles Follis changed things in sports and in people's minds".
Charles Follis was born in 1879 and as a child he always liked sports. As a teenager, he got into football. He got into football and became the first African-American to play professional football but later died in 1910.
His accomplishments was telling the people that thought it was a "white" sport that it doesn't matter what skin color you are , you should
His importance in his life was being the first African American to play professional football. Him playing made a big difference because nobody thought that African Americans could play football but he showed everybody that it doesn't matter what color your skin is or what you look like.
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