how did roberto clemente get opportunity
Roberto gave medicene and food to them
While Roberto Clemente was taking supplies to Nicaragua after the dissasturious earthquake, a pilot who didn't have a lisence flew the 20 year old plane to the island of Nicaragua. Neither 1 of the bodies was found after the crash but every thing else was found.
he help them to bring inspire in there life
The rumors are that yes, he had a girlfriend. In fact, on the night of his death, he was flying to meet with his girlfriend after having a fight with his wife. In Puerto Rico, New Year's Eve is a huge holiday that is spent with close family. For Roberto Clemente to decide that he was going to fly on New Year's Eve to go anywhere, is highly implausible. He was, however, a great humanitarian. Thus, when he died, his manager developed the plausible cover story that he was on a mission to help the people of Nicaragua after an earthquake. The earthquake occured on Dec. 23rd. So, one would wonder why Roberto Clemente waited 1 week to go to help the people of Nicaragua on the day of one of the most celebrated holidays in Puerto Rico.
Kind of a silly question, isn't it? Anyone who is old enough to walk and carry things is capable of lending someone a hand. Wouldn't the late Roberto Clemente have helped somebody at least once??
He died trying to help others. And was great at Baseball. And was very hospital :D We miss him :'(
Roberto was included in a couple different charities. he had a big heart or the people in Peurto Rico and Nicaragua. one of the charities he was included in was Touch of Heart, Touch of Hope. a charity still going strong today. donate now! click below... Roberto was included in a couple different charities. he had a big heart or the people in Peurto Rico and Nicaragua. one of the charities he was included in was Touch of Heart, Touch of Hope. a charity still going strong today. donate now! click below...
He was going to a Caribbean island to help people that lost their homes due to an earthquake.
Clemente was very giving always helping out the community. Donating his time and what little money they made back then to people who were less fortunate than him. That was how he died by paying for a plane out of his pocket to fly supllies to another country after a act of nature caused great damage. He also supported funding for littoplkle league fields. Clemente's philanthropy was not calculated to gain public or private recognition. He simply wanted to help people in need. For some, his generosity was financial; with others he freely shared his chiropractic knowledge - learned as a result of his own back injury in 1954; and for many others, particularly children, Clemente's kindness came as free lessons in the game of baseball. Clemente always cared about children. Despite his busy schedule, he made time to hold baseball clinics for kids, especially for those from low-income families. He dreamed of building a "Sports City" where Puerto Rican youth would have ready access to facilities, coaching, and encouragement in many sports. It was another way of working toward a Puerto Rico that was healthier, happier, and fairer. Clemente became known for his fierce ethnic pride and for his unusual capacity to bear a much larger identity-not just for Puerto Rico but for all of Latin America. It was a responsibility he embraced and carried with dignity and admirable grace. He didn't see himself as merely a representative of Latin America to the world through baseball. He saw his career in baseball as a way to help Latin Americans - especially underprivileged Puerto Ricans - make their lives better
clemente means mild, gentle, and mericful.hears to you parents who can't figure out how to google.don't worry this 13 year old is here to help.
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Missionaries serve Nicaragua in a variety of ways. Since Nicaragua is a poor country, missionaries perform tasks such as providing education and medical care to the poor. They may also help to feed the hungry and provide clothing.