1968 Olympics Black Power Salute
Tommie Smith: ‘It Was Done for a Reason, for Social Justice’

Tommie Smith, the 1968 Olympic gold medalist for the 200-meter dash, explains why he and fellow U.S. athlete John Carlos did the black power salute on the medals podium and explains the importance of this memorable Olympics moment.

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