Born as the tenth and youngest child in his family, Jesse's early years were spent toiling in Alabama's cotton fields. However, his destiny took a turn when his high school track and field coach spotted his potential. Rapidly ascending the ladder of fame, Jesse emerged as a standout athlete. He fearlessly confronted racial discrimination on a global platform during the 1936 Berlin Olympics, simultaneously shattering world records. This impactful book is enriched with chic and unconventional illustrations, complemented by additional insights at its conclusion. These encompass a timeline chronicling his life, enriched by historical snapshots, and a meticulous portrayal of the athlete and advocate's remarkable journey.