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  • Black Power, Mexico City Olympics 1968 Poster 24 x 36in

    A poster featuring a photo from the 1968 Olympics. The 1968 Olympics Black Power salute was an act of protest by the African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos during their medal ceremony at the 1968 Summer Olympics in the Olympic Stadium in Mexico City. As they turned to face their flags and hear the American national anthem (The Star-Spangled Banner), they each raised a black-gloved fist and kept them raised until the anthem had finished. Smith, Carlos and Australian silver medalist Peter Norman all wore human rights badges on their jackets. In his autobiography, Silent Gesture, Tommie Smith stated that the gesture was not a "Bl...
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968

    • ASIN: B0096UZS3O
    • Color: No Frame
    • Brand: Art & Prints Co.

  • 1968 Mexico Olympics Black Power Salute Poster Print (36 x 24)

    1968 Mexico Olympics Black Power Salute is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 36 x 24 inches and the image size is 36 x 24 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    1968 Mexico Olympics Black Power Salute Poster Print (36 x 24)

    • UPC: 38525005
    • Model: TEL2392
    • Color: MulticolorBlack
    • Size: 36 x 24

  • (24x36) Black Power (Tommie Smith & John Carlos, Mexico City Olympics, 1968, Horizontal) Art Poster Pri, decorate your walls with this brand new poster By Poster Revolution

    New and great.From USA (24x36) Black Power (Tommie Smith & John Carlos, Mexico City Olympics, 1968, Horizontal) Art Poster Pri We offer both great items and
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    decorate your walls with this brand new postereasy to frame and makes a great gift tooships quickly and safely in a sturdy protective tubemeasures 24.00 by 36.00 inches (60.96 by 91.44

    • UPC: 742369328
    • Color: Black

  • Black Power, Mexico City Olympics 1968 Poster - 24x36

    This versatile and affordable poster delivers sharp, clean images and a high degree of color accuracy. Your poster is printed with an offset lithography press with a coating to protect the
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    This versatile and affordable poster delivers sharp, clean images and a high degree of color accuracy. Your poster is printed with an offset lithography press with a coating to protect the

    • UPC: 481426039
    • Color: BlueMulticolor
    • Size: 24" x 36"24\" x 36\"

  • Mexico Olympics 1968 Black Power Salute 36x24 Tommie Smith John Carlos Historic Art Print Poster

    Mexico Olympics 1968 Black Power Salute 36x24 Tommie Smith John Carlos Historic Art Print Poster
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    Mexico Olympics 1968 Black Power Salute 36x24 Tommie Smith John Carlos Historic Art Print Poster

    • UPC: 907526705
    • Color: WhiteBlack

  • Protest at the 1968 Olympics - eBook

    Each Flash Points: Stand Up! eShort is a single chapter from the full Flash Points: Stand Up! title, packaged as a mini eBook. Flash Points: Stand Up! eShorts include Jackie Robinson, The Montgomery Bus Boycott, The Selma to Montgomery March, and Protest at the 1968
    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    Protest at the 1968 Olympics - eBook

    • UPC: 900353096

  • 63 Black Power Salute

    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    Number 63 from the channel 4 show 100 Greatest Sporting Moments,The 1968 Olympics Black Power salute was an act of protest by the African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos during their...
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    October 16, 1968 - U.S. Olympic Sprinters Protest Racial Inequality

    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    The 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City may be most remembered not for an athletic accomplishment, but for a silent act of protest. On October 16 of that year, two African American sprinters who pla...
    Tommie Smith,John Carlos De Los Reyes (Politician),1968 Olympics,1968 Olympics Black Power Salute...

    1968 Summer Olympics, Black Power Salute

    Black Power Protests At The Mexico Olympics 1968
    An Inspiring Act of Bravery. Willing to sacrifice ALL for justice. Tommie Smith, Dr. John Carlos & Peter Norman. "We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a d...
    Diversity,Racism,Prejudice,Discrimination,Black Power,1968 Summer Olympics (Olympic Games),John C...