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John Carlos and Dave Zirin Discuss 'The John Carlos Story'

The Michael Eric Dyson Show Friday October 7, 2011 John Carlos and Dave Zirin Bring Us The John Carlos Story It’s one of the most lasting images in Olympic and Civil Rights History: after winning the gold and bronze medals in the 200-meter dash at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos each raised an arm in salute to Black Power to the sound of the Star Spangled Banner.
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