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The Sacramento Bee
Olympian Debbie Meyer still owns the gold after all these yearsare all over an Olympics that also became known for the fist-raising medal cere
Olympian Debbie Meyer still owns the gold after all these years
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
are all over an Olympics that also became known for the fist-raising medal ceremony protest of sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos; high jumper Dick Fosbury’s flop; Bob Beamon’s world record (by a staggering 22 inches) in the long jump;... Read more
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Boise Weekly
NCAA Questions Cities' Anti-Discrimination Priorities Prior to Tip-Offs, Kick-Offsintersected throughout the ages—from Adolf Hitler's exploitation of the 1936 Be
NCAA Questions Cities' Anti-Discrimination Priorities Prior to Tip-Offs, Kick-Offs
Boise Weekly / Posted yesterday
intersected throughout the ages—from Adolf Hitler's exploitation of the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics to Tommie Smith's and John Carlos' "black power" salute at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics to the NFL moving the 1990 Super Bowl away from Arizona... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WNBA teams not shying away from Black Lives Matter despite fineschange is at an all-time high." Paul called on modern players to follow the ex
WNBA teams not shying away from Black Lives Matter despite fines
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
change is at an all-time high." Paul called on modern players to follow the example set by role models like Jim Brown, John Carlos, Tommie Smith and Billie Jean King and Wade urged the crowd, featuring some of US sports' biggest stars, not to... Read more
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iol.co.za
From Owens to Bolt - iconic Olympic momentstheories of eugenics, trouncing all-comers to win four gold medals and become t
From Owens to Bolt - iconic Olympic moments
iol.co.za / Posted 3 days ago
theories of eugenics, trouncing all-comers to win four gold medals and become the iconic figure of the Games. TOMMIE SMITH/JOHN CARLOS (1968) By 1968, many young black Americans were burning with anger, refusing to accept the prejudice that their... Read more
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Zamboanga Today
PICPA LEVELLING UP: GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND INDUCTION CEREMONYfor Commerce and Industry Reevah O. Osario, CPA Director for Government Ivy Ros
PICPA LEVELLING UP: GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND INDUCTION CEREMONY
Zamboanga Today / Posted 3 days ago
for Commerce and Industry Reevah O. Osario, CPA Director for Government Ivy Rose Saipudin, CPA Director for Education John Carlos Wee, CPA Ex-Officio Atty. Edita Y. Bola, CPA Southern Mindanao Regional Director Elizabeth Parreño, CPA Regional... Read more
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Daily Mail
Russia loses appeal against Olympic ban for track and field athletesOlympic Committee finally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been resto
Russia loses appeal against Olympic ban for track and field athletes
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Olympic Committee finally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been restored. American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their gloved fists on the podium for the 200 metres medal ceremony at the 1968 Mexico City Games in what... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
From Sea to Shining Sea ...as the nation reeled from blow after blow. Even the Olympics weren't immune, as
From Sea to Shining Sea ...
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 3 days ago
as the nation reeled from blow after blow. Even the Olympics weren't immune, as two U.S. athletes, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, performed the black power salute during the "Star-Spangled Banner." Eugene McCarthy briefly captured the hopes... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
KTVZ Bend / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, too
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, too
Local 10 Miami / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, too
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, too
KECI Missoula / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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CNN
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic host cities faced problems, too
CNN / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, tooBut a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute
Is Rio ready? Other Olympic hosts faced problems, too
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 4 days ago
But a protest at the event drew international attention: the Black Power salute American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made after winning their medals. Munich 1972: Deadly hostage crisis There were plenty of fears that global... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Brazilian Supermodels to be included in NBC Olympic Coverageand athletes have used the Olympics to make political statements on an internat
Brazilian Supermodels to be included in NBC Olympic Coverage
Yahoo Sports / Posted 5 days ago
and athletes have used the Olympics to make political statements on an international stage (hello, Tommie Smith and John Carlos). Two of Brazil’s most famous exports will get their shot. NBC announced that Brazilian supermodels Alessandra... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Luz Long and Peter Norman, heroes foreverto fight against racism because there is no bigger stage in sport to grab the w
Luz Long and Peter Norman, heroes forever
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
to fight against racism because there is no bigger stage in sport to grab the world’s attention. USA’s Tommie Smith and John Carlos, winners of gold and bronze respectively in the 200m at the 1968 Olympics, made a resonant statement with their... Read more
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TribLIVE
Olympic greats gather in Pittsburgh to salute trailblazing black medaliststhem were Wyomia Tyus, who won the 100 meters in the 1964 and '68 Games and add
Olympic greats gather in Pittsburgh to salute trailblazing black medalists
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
them were Wyomia Tyus, who won the 100 meters in the 1964 and '68 Games and added a gold in the 400-meter relay, and John Carlos, whose bronze medal in the 200 meters in Mexico City was dwarfed in magnitude by a gesture. The occasion, which... Read more
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USA Today
Chris Paul: Athletes need to harness voices to bring change, stop violencementioning leaders of various backgrounds: “Generations ago, legends like Jesse
Chris Paul: Athletes need to harness voices to bring change, stop violence
USA Today / Posted 6 days ago
mentioning leaders of various backgrounds: “Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others set a model for... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Athletes' voice in social movements continues to have wide-ranging impactJackie Robinson breaking the baseball color line as the civil rights movement l
Athletes' voice in social movements continues to have wide-ranging impact
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Jackie Robinson breaking the baseball color line as the civil rights movement launched; Muhammad Ali and Tommie Smith and John Carlos in the Black Power movement; Billie Jean King in the women's rights movement. And now we have the Lynx's Maya... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Olympics' most infamous controversiesfinally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been restored. BLACK POWER
The Olympics' most infamous controversies
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
finally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been restored. BLACK POWER American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their gloved fists on the podium for the 200 metres medal ceremony at the 1968 Mexico City Games in what... Read more
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Daily Mail
Russia facing full expulsion from Rio Olympics after coverOlympic Committee finally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been resto
Russia facing full expulsion from Rio Olympics after cover
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Olympic Committee finally announced that Thorpe's Olympic medals had been restored. American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their gloved fists on the podium for the 200 metres medal ceremony at the 1968 Mexico City Games in what... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Hidden history of Olympics revealed before Rio gamesbeing axed because of World War Two. Mexico, in 1968, produced one of the defi
Hidden history of Olympics revealed before Rio games
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
being axed because of World War Two. Mexico, in 1968, produced one of the defining images of any Games as US medallists John Carlos and Tommie Smith raised their fists in a “black power” salute. The IOC threatened to ban America for “a... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Athletes find voice for activism on real-life issuesthe hundreds of athletes ready to represent the U.S. at the upcoming Rio Olympi
Athletes find voice for activism on real-life issues
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 days ago
the hundreds of athletes ready to represent the U.S. at the upcoming Rio Olympics, and with the spirit of Tommie Smith and John Carlos and their raised, gloved fists, with the legacy of Muhammad Ali and his costly stance against the Vietnam War, he... Read more
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ESPN
How 'The Brotherhood' made it to the ESPYS stagewho stood for social causes in the past. "Generations ago, legends like Jesse
How 'The Brotherhood' made it to the ESPYS stage
ESPN / Posted 9 days ago
who stood for social causes in the past. "Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others, they set a... Read more
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SportingNews
Meet the new bosses: Activist NBA athletes now making their own rulesprime earning points of their careers making an appeal for racial justice and v
Meet the new bosses: Activist NBA athletes now making their own rules
SportingNews / Posted 9 days ago
prime earning points of their careers making an appeal for racial justice and vowing a new era of athlete activism, a la John Carlos and Muhammad Ali. Whatever you think about the players, it was a gutsy move to address on national TV (the... Read more
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NBC News
NBA Star's Low Key Activism Is a Sign of the Timesbeing. That time is now." And albeit in a more low-key style than some of his
NBA Star's Low Key Activism Is a Sign of the Times
NBC News / Posted 10 days ago
being. That time is now." And albeit in a more low-key style than some of his predecessors -- like the former Olympians John Carlos and Tommie Smith, who paid a real devastating price for their infamous black power demonstration at the 1968... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
NBA Stars Open ESPYs With Heartfelt Call For Nationwide Social Changerole in uniting communities, to be the change we need to see. ... Legends like
NBA Stars Open ESPYs With Heartfelt Call For Nationwide Social Change
Sports Business Daily / Posted 10 days ago
role in uniting communities, to be the change we need to see. ... Legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others -- they set... Read more
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Breitbart
ESPN Runs a Political Advertisement and Calls It a Sports Awards Showto mention “retaliation” and “gun violence.” “Generations ago, legends like Je
ESPN Runs a Political Advertisement and Calls It a Sports Awards Show
Breitbart / Posted 10 days ago
to mention “retaliation” and “gun violence.” “Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe, and countless others,” Paul... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
ESPYS 2016: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony call for an end to violenceRobinson and Muhammad Ali and affect change. "Generations ago legends like Jes
ESPYS 2016: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony call for an end to violence
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 10 days ago
Robinson and Muhammad Ali and affect change. "Generations ago legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos, and Tommy Smith, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe, and countless others, they set a... Read more
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give me sport
NBA 'super friends' make incredible, emotional plea for the violence to stop at ESPY awardsto the stage at the ESPY awards, Paul said: "Generations ago, legends like Jess
NBA 'super friends' make incredible, emotional plea for the violence to stop at ESPY awards
give me sport / Posted 10 days ago
to the stage at the ESPY awards, Paul said: "Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others, they set a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Five memorable moments from the 2016 ESPYs, including a stark opening with LeBron James, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wadeand LeBron James before a hushed Microsoft Theater. The four NBA stars then inv
Five memorable moments from the 2016 ESPYs, including a stark opening with LeBron James, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade
Los Angeles Times / Posted 11 days ago
and LeBron James before a hushed Microsoft Theater. The four NBA stars then invoked the names of outspoken heroes such as John Carlos, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King and Muhammad Ali while renouncing violence, condemning racial profiling and calling... Read more
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Daily Mail
LeBron James & other athletes give Black Lives Matter speech at ESPYsPhilando Castile: this is also our reality. Generations ago, legends like Jesse
LeBron James & other athletes give Black Lives Matter speech at ESPYs
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Philando Castile: this is also our reality. Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe, and countless others - they set a... Read more
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Raw Story
LeBron James and NBA stars challenge fellow athletes: ‘What are we doing to make a change?’Sterling, Philando Castile. This is our reality. Generations ago, those like Je
LeBron James and NBA stars challenge fellow athletes: ‘What are we doing to make a change?’
Raw Story / Posted 11 days ago
Sterling, Philando Castile. This is our reality. Generations ago, those like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others set a model for... Read more
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Breitbart
Watch: The ESPY’s Open With Pro-Black Lives Matter Message –‘The Racial Profiling Has to Stop’Laquan McDonald, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile as “our reality,” hoping a
Watch: The ESPY’s Open With Pro-Black Lives Matter Message –‘The Racial Profiling Has to Stop’
Breitbart / Posted 11 days ago
Laquan McDonald, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile as “our reality,” hoping athletes can follow in the footsteps of John Carlos, Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King and Arthur Ashe. Wade added, “The racial... Read more
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People Magazine
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul Deliver Powerful Black Lives Matter Opening Speech at ESPYshe says, naming the victims of brutal shootings. "Generations ago, legends like
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul Deliver Powerful Black Lives Matter Opening Speech at ESPYs
People Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
he says, naming the victims of brutal shootings. "Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommy smith. Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar, Jim Brown Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others… They set a... Read more
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ESPN
NBA stars call on athletes to promote changethe award for best record-breaking performance. "Generations ago, legends like
NBA stars call on athletes to promote change
ESPN / Posted 11 days ago
the award for best record-breaking performance. "Generations ago, legends like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, John Carlos and Tommie Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown, Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe and countless others, they set a... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Amid police killings, Melo weighs public statement at Rio Olympicsasked them to change their official name from The Republic of China to Formosa,
Amid police killings, Melo weighs public statement at Rio Olympics
Yahoo Sports / Posted 11 days ago
asked them to change their official name from The Republic of China to Formosa, to American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their black-gloved fists in the air in an “homage to human rights” in Mexico City in 1968. What form a... Read more
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Breitbart
Joe Biden Enlisted by ESPN to Give Craig Sager Awardthrough attention-grabbing honors given to Jenner, openly-gay football player M
Joe Biden Enlisted by ESPN to Give Craig Sager Award
Breitbart / Posted 12 days ago
through attention-grabbing honors given to Jenner, openly-gay football player Michael Sam, and sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, who raised black-gloved fists at the 1968 Summer Olympics. ESPN programming, such as Outside the Lines, The... Read more
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The Hindu
Five times when photos were stronger than the storyVietnamese government. Mexico City, 1968: During the 1968 Mexico City Olympics
Five times when photos were stronger than the story
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
Vietnamese government. Mexico City, 1968: During the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, two black Americans — Tommie Smith and John Carlos — during their victory ceremony wore black gloves and raised their hands, a the 'black power salute' that... Read more
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The Hindu
Why ideas are bullet-proofVietnamese government. Mexico City, 1968: During the 1968 Mexico City Olympics
Why ideas are bullet-proof
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
Vietnamese government. Mexico City, 1968: During the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, two black Americans — Tommie Smith and John Carlos — during their victory ceremony wore black gloves and raised their hands, a the 'black power salute' that... Read more
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express
Black Power salutes as Black Lives Matter protest brings London to a standstilldeliver passionate speeches. Many held their fists in the air, recreating the i
Black Power salutes as Black Lives Matter protest brings London to a standstill
express / Posted 13 days ago
deliver passionate speeches. Many held their fists in the air, recreating the iconic black pride salute by Tommie Smith and John Carlos on the podium at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Related articles US TV news anchor Nancy Grace RAGES at guest over... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Knights scholarshipdaughter of Tammy Fitzpatrick, who will attend Wheaton College to major in inte
Knights scholarship
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 14 days ago
daughter of Tammy Fitzpatrick, who will attend Wheaton College to major in international relations and political science; John Carlos da Fonte, son of Carlos and Laura da Fonte, who will attend Savannah College of Art & Design to major in 2D... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Athletes have means to elicit changejudged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn't have a pr
Athletes have means to elicit change
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
judged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn't have a problem with the Viet Cong. Tommie Smith and John Carlos demanded their rights be protected. If athletes were to speak out today, what would they say? Racism has... Read more
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Boston Herald
Athletes need to use their platform and speak up for justiceis danger in any such action. It’s the danger of losing endorsements, acceptanc
Athletes need to use their platform and speak up for justice
Boston Herald / Posted 15 days ago
is danger in any such action. It’s the danger of losing endorsements, acceptance or popularity, a price Tommy Smith and John Carlos paid for simply thrusting one black-gloved fist into the air on the winner’s stand at the 1968 Olympics while... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony leads a call to action after tragic events of the last weekjudged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn’t have a pr
Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony leads a call to action after tragic events of the last week
Hartford Courant / Posted 15 days ago
judged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn’t have a problem with the Viet Cong. Tommie Smith and John Carlos demanded their rights to be protected. If athletes were to speak out today, what would they say? Racism has... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony leads a call to action after tragic events of the last weekjudged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn’t have a pr
Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony leads a call to action after tragic events of the last week
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 days ago
judged by his ability, not the color of his skin. Muhammad Ali didn’t have a problem with the Viet Cong. Tommie Smith and John Carlos demanded their rights to be protected. If athletes were to speak out today, what would they say? Racism has... Read more
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