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News On 6 Tulsa
Legendary Olympian Awarded Female Iba Awardis huge." Her Tigerbelles were part a group that excelled in the 1968 Olympics
Legendary Olympian Awarded Female Iba Award
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 22 hours ago
is huge." Her Tigerbelles were part a group that excelled in the 1968 Olympics. It was also know for Tommie Smith and John Carlos who were well known for their Black Power Salute. "I was very aware of the conflict we were having at that time,... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Upin nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Up
KIVI Boise / Posted 3 days ago
in nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long way. At the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith and John Carlos made history when they displayed the black-power salute during the 200 meter medal ceremony. "The bottom line is... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Upin nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Up
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 3 days ago
in nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long way. At the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith and John Carlos made history when they displayed the black-power salute during the 200 meter medal ceremony. "The bottom line is... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Upin nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long
Looking Back At When Sports Figures Decided To Speak Up
KGTV San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
in nearby Ferguson, Missouri. Race-related protests in sports goes back a long way. At the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith and John Carlos made history when they displayed the black-power salute during the 200 meter medal ceremony. "The bottom line is... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Topekan Judy Dyer proud of Olympic heritage, will be inducted in Topeka Shawnee County Sports Council Hall of FameDowntown Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, continues to be close to many of h
Topekan Judy Dyer proud of Olympic heritage, will be inducted in Topeka Shawnee County Sports Council Hall of Fame
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
Downtown Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, continues to be close to many of her Olympic teammates. “I’m in contact with John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Jim Hines, Ralph Boston,’’ said Dyer, who now lives in Houston. “We are probably the only team,... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Topekan Judy Dyer proud of Olympic heritageDowntown Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, continues to be close to many of h
Topekan Judy Dyer proud of Olympic heritage
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 days ago
Downtown Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, continues to be close to many of her Olympic teammates. “I’m in contact with John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Jim Hines, Ralph Boston,’’ said Dyer, who now lives in Houston. “We are probably the only team,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Duncan Greive: Looming tragedy gives OJ doco that extra edgemajor moment for America, happening during the civil rights movement, in the af
Duncan Greive: Looming tragedy gives OJ doco that extra edge
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
major moment for America, happening during the civil rights movement, in the aftermath of Muhammad Ali, and Tommy Smith and John Carlos raised fists at the 1968 Olympics. But while those athletes became symbolic of black revolutionary thought and... Read more
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The Huffington Post
How O.J. Simpson Went From Avoiding Black America To Representing Itserve during the war in Vietnam (Muhammad Ali) and raised their fists in protes
How O.J. Simpson Went From Avoiding Black America To Representing It
The Huffington Post / Posted 14 days ago
serve during the war in Vietnam (Muhammad Ali) and raised their fists in protest of racism at the Olympics (Tommie Smith, John Carlos). Simpson had done no such thing, instead preferring the comforts that came with the adoration of white America.... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Hazleton Area graduatesMayre Rodriguez, Keisy Del Carmen Rodriguez Lazala, Angel Migel Rodriguez Ortiz
Hazleton Area graduates
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 16 days ago
Mayre Rodriguez, Keisy Del Carmen Rodriguez Lazala, Angel Migel Rodriguez Ortiz, Johan Rodriguez Paulino, Vianny Rojas, John Carlos Roque, Mibelyn Roque Diaz, Shadeli Rosario, Heatherlyn Tahlor Rosario, Carla Pilar Rosario Algarin, Lisa Judith... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusi
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusing to fight in Vietnam or Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists at the 1968 Olympics. He declined, pointing out: “I’m not black, I’m O.J.” With the Watts... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusi
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusing to fight in Vietnam or Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists at the 1968 Olympics. He declined, pointing out: “I’m not black, I’m O.J.” With the Watts... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusi
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause — much like Muhammad Ali refusing to fight in Vietnam or Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists at the 1968 Olympics. He declined, pointing out: “I’m not black, I’m O.J.” With the Watts... Read more
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Business Insider
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause - much like Muhammad Ali refusi
The new O.J. Simpson documentary exposes dark secrets from the athlete's early years
Business Insider / Posted 17 days ago
1960s to be a figure for the civil rights cause - much like Muhammad Ali refusing to fight in Vietnam or Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists at the 1968 Olympics. He declined, pointing out: "I'm not black, I'm O.J." With the Watts... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
O.J. documentary scintillating, shocking and greatof the famous black athlete as disruptor and provocateur. Ali refused to go to
O.J. documentary scintillating, shocking and great
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
of the famous black athlete as disruptor and provocateur. Ali refused to go to Vietnam; athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos gave a black power salute during their medal ceremony at the 1968 Summer Olympics. What Simpson wanted to be was... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
How ‘O.J.: Made In America’ Is Better Than Any Other O.J. Simpson Retrospectiveassassination in 1968, the same year as Simpson’s Heisman win. Another major s
How ‘O.J.: Made In America’ Is Better Than Any Other O.J. Simpson Retrospective
Houston Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
assassination in 1968, the same year as Simpson’s Heisman win. Another major sports moment in 1968 was Tommie Smith and John Carlos’ protest at the Mexico City Olympics, which led to them being ostracized by a predominantly white American media... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
How ‘O.J.: Made In America’ Is Better Than Any Other O.J. Simpson Retrospectiveassassination in 1968, the same year as Simpson’s Heisman win. Another major s
How ‘O.J.: Made In America’ Is Better Than Any Other O.J. Simpson Retrospective
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
assassination in 1968, the same year as Simpson’s Heisman win. Another major sports moment in 1968 was Tommie Smith and John Carlos’ protest at the Mexico City Olympics, which led to them being ostracized by a predominantly white American media... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for what he believed in. Tommie Smith and John Carlos weren't going to bend either. Wearing black leather gloves, they defiantly produced the "black salute" from the... Read more
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KERA North Texas
In Political Activism, Ali Pulled No Punches — And Paid A Heavy PriceAli's actions inspired other athletes to step up. At the 1968 Olympics in Mexic
In Political Activism, Ali Pulled No Punches — And Paid A Heavy Price
KERA North Texas / Posted 18 days ago
Ali's actions inspired other athletes to step up. At the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos had finished first and third in the 200 meter race. During the medal ceremony they donned black gloves, bowed... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
In Political Activism, Ali Pulled No Punches — And Paid A Heavy PriceAli's actions inspired other athletes to step up. At the 1968 Olympics in Mexic
In Political Activism, Ali Pulled No Punches — And Paid A Heavy Price
KPBS San Diego / Posted 18 days ago
Ali's actions inspired other athletes to step up. At the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos had finished first and third in the 200 meter race. During the medal ceremony they donned black gloves, bowed... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Connecticut / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC New York
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC New York / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Chicago
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Chicago / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Washington
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Washington / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Bay Area / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC San Diego
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC San Diego / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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NBC Miami
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Sagaby refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months aft
New Doc Revisits O.J. Simpson Saga
NBC Miami / Posted 19 days ago
by refusing to report for Army duty, citing religious principle, and months after U.S. Olympian runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos flashed the Black Power salute when receiving their medals. Simpson's emergence as a personable, seemingly... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for what he believed in. Tommie Smith and John Carlos weren't going to bend either. Wearing black leather gloves, they defiantly produced the "black salute" from the... Read more
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The Age
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for what he believed in. Tommie Smith and John Carlos weren't going to bend either. Wearing black leather gloves, they defiantly produced the "black salute" from the... Read more
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The North West Star
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for what he believed in. Tommie Smith and John Carlos weren't going to bend either. Wearing black leather gloves, they defiantly produced the "black salute" from the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for
Why do Australians celebrate Muhammad Ali but continue to bully Adam Goodes?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
going to bend. He was prepared to go to jail and have world titles stripped for what he believed in. Tommie Smith and John Carlos weren't going to bend either. Wearing black leather gloves, they defiantly produced the "black salute" from the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Hijacking Muhammad Ali's LegacyStokeley Carmichael in 1966, Martin Luther King, Jr, on April 1967. And who for
Hijacking Muhammad Ali's Legacy
Op-Ed News / Posted 20 days ago
Stokeley Carmichael in 1966, Martin Luther King, Jr, on April 1967. And who forget the now famous "Black Power" salute by John Carlos and Tommy Smith in the 1968 Olympics? The point here is that Muhammad Ali's anti-Vietnam War stance was part of... Read more
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Variety
‘Ali’ Director Michael Mann on the Greatest, the Man Behind the Movie (Guest Column)Jungle polarized the world. Ali, the angry jokester, the genius athlete who spo
‘Ali’ Director Michael Mann on the Greatest, the Man Behind the Movie (Guest Column)
Variety / Posted 20 days ago
Jungle polarized the world. Ali, the angry jokester, the genius athlete who spoke truth to power, inspired everyone from John Carlos and Tommie Smith through the anti-war movement to Nelson Mandela. He was the spirit king, the inspiration for... Read more
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Wired News
O.J.: Made in America Is a Rigorous, Infinitely Absorbing Documentaryplace during the height of Black Power consciousness—he won his Heisman Trophy
O.J.: Made in America Is a Rigorous, Infinitely Absorbing Documentary
Wired News / Posted 21 days ago
place during the height of Black Power consciousness—he won his Heisman Trophy in 1968, the same year Tommie Smith and John Carlos famously raised their fists during the Olympics—he’s soon pressured to align himself with the movement, a calling... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Dwane Casey officially a Toronto sporting coach staplewas a pro’s pro and someone I greatly admired ... Happy birthday to Bjorn Borg
Dwane Casey officially a Toronto sporting coach staple
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 days ago
was a pro’s pro and someone I greatly admired ... Happy birthday to Bjorn Borg (60), Ed Giacomin (77), Rueben Mayes (53), John Carlos (71), Tommie Smith (72), Zan Tabak (46) and Cam Neely (51) ... And hey, whatever became of Leon Spinks? Could a... Read more
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New America Media
3 Things You Didn’t Know About Muhammad Ali’s PoliticsFriday, June 3, and the world is in mourning. Muhammad Ali for many people was
3 Things You Didn’t Know About Muhammad Ali’s Politics
New America Media / Posted 24 days ago
Friday, June 3, and the world is in mourning. Muhammad Ali for many people was more icon than athlete. Like Jim Brown or John Carlos he was someone who inspired African Americans and Muslims to fight oppression, move beyond the comfort of success... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
There will never be another one like The Greatest, the unrivaled Muhammad AliMartin’s hoodie. Back then, it was all so revolutionary, an approach shared by
There will never be another one like The Greatest, the unrivaled Muhammad Ali
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 24 days ago
Martin’s hoodie. Back then, it was all so revolutionary, an approach shared by a small minority of athletes like Jim Brown, John Carlos and Tommie Smith. I look now at James, at Charles Barkley, at all the black athletes who’ve stepped away from... Read more
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Quartz
Remembering “The Greatest” boxer Muhammad Ali, dead at age 74against the Vietnam War, Ali seemed a voice of truth. Black pride shaped the sp
Remembering “The Greatest” boxer Muhammad Ali, dead at age 74
Quartz / Posted 24 days ago
against the Vietnam War, Ali seemed a voice of truth. Black pride shaped the sports world, symbolized by Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics. Ali was celebrated as a pioneer. In 1971, the... Read more
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The Star
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali diesthe likes of Joe Namath, and his black consciousness was echoed in the silent,
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali dies
The Star / Posted 24 days ago
the likes of Joe Namath, and his black consciousness was echoed in the silent, solemn protests of track and field medalists John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Olympics. His ability to play to the media was legendary, and his relationship with... Read more
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Variety
Legendary Boxer Muhammad Ali Dies at 74the likes of Joe Namath, and his black consciousness was echoed in the silent,
Legendary Boxer Muhammad Ali Dies at 74
Variety / Posted 24 days ago
the likes of Joe Namath, and his black consciousness was echoed in the silent, solemn protests of track and field medalists John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Olympics. His ability to play to the media was legendary, and his relationship with... Read more
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Breitbart
Spike Lee: ‘A Lot of the Stuff’ Black People Have Accomplished Has ‘Been Through Sports’even Dr. King talked about the impact of Jackie Robinson. You can talk about Mu
Spike Lee: ‘A Lot of the Stuff’ Black People Have Accomplished Has ‘Been Through Sports’
Breitbart / Posted 25 days ago
even Dr. King talked about the impact of Jackie Robinson. You can talk about Muhammad Ali, we can talk about my guys here, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, 1968 olympics. Two fists up. So, sports is huge. And think about it. Jonathan Butler went on a... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movementwrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image
How #BlackLivesMatter deeply connects to Black Power movement
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 28 days ago
wrote Joseph in his essay Black Power’s Quiet Side. Certainly the iconic image of the raised, black-gloved fists of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City caused whites to catch their... Read more
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