1968 Olympics Black Power Salute
‘Can’t Nobody Win This War for Us, We Have to Win This War Ourselves’

Athlete John Carlos discusses the decades of social inequality that drove him to do the black power salute during the 200-meter dash medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics. He also comments on the actions of other athletes who also believe in social change and explains why an athlete would choose to risk their career to make a statement.

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