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Obama invites 'Black Power' protesters to White House Olympic ceremony

President Obama paid tribute to the "Black Power" protesters at the 1968 Olympics Thursday during a White House ceremony to honor the 2016 O...        
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Rio 2016: Peter Norman's role in Smith and Carlos' 1968 Black Power protest

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Australian Peter Norman is the forgotten man in the iconic Black Power salute photograph from the 1968 Olympics, but he had a big influence in Tommie Smith and John Carlos' protest.

The white man in the photo of the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics)

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Tommie Smith and John Carlos to Join 2016 Olympic Team at the White House

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Tommie Smith and John Carlos, the American Olympic sprinters who raised their fists during the 1968 Olympics, will join the U.S. Olympic team at the White House next week for its meeting with President Barack Obama, reports the Char...

Obama Salutes Fist-Raising Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos During Ceremony Honoring US Team

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During a White House ceremony honoring the 2016 US Olympic Team, President Obama saluted 1968 Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos — who famously raised their fists in protest on the medal podium during the National Anthem.

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