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Sacred Reich 6m
50 years ago today. The struggle to make sure that "all lives matter" equally continues. #1968
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Lindsey Boyd 1h
Spotted: A beautiful bouquet of 💐 to celebrate 50 years since Smith and Carlos silently protested at the 1968
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Canada in Kenya 5h
🇰🇪 only team campaign to play in the 2022 Beijing Winter and to make their own mark in history is here: . Celebrating dreams! Game on -
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Cornelius Bundrage 49m
I thought he was playing when he told me he won 25 nationals He definitely going to the
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OlympicBook 1h
50 years ago today, October 16, 1968 in Mexico City, an Olympic moment for the ages featuring Tommie Smith and John Carlos
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DebEllEss 38m
Fantastic to see -style facilities mentioned in the for ! Have any been/are any going to be installed, and where? (I've only done a quick spot-check. I couldn't find any details)
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Paula Neiman 12m
paying homage to the 50th anniversary of the courageous #1968 ....
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Rap Tor 3h
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Candice Wilmore 1h
I will never forget it. I was 20 and already an "activist" as best I could be, at the time. Such courage.
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allAfrica.com 13h
Kenyan MPs Urge Pardon for Athletics Legend in Rio Scam:
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Elizabeth B. 2h
Today in the 1968 200m running event, gold and bronze medalists John Carlos & Tommie Smith raised their fists in a sign of Black Power. They paved the way for a new kind of athlete activism championing civil and human rights.
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Jonesy, 9h
Congrats to Lizzy Yarnold on a great career, GB can go forwards in the next winter Ollys, after what she's achieved...
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Light The Cauldron Oct 14
Do you know the Youth are happening? It kind of feels like a crazy alternate reality to me. That and more (big news on the Tokyo front!) on this week's Olympic Blurb!
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Luke Crute 22h
Evening it’s absolutely disgusting that the can’t compete as an independent nation. This must be re-evaluated!
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High Museum of Art 5h
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Tommie Smith's historic gesture at the 1968 . Our Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art discusses its relevance today:
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Rap Tor 5h
GOOD MORNING TWITTER WORLD! : 50years ago 1968, Tommie Smith and John Carlos made a statement for the world to see. It was a proud moment for those of us who witnessed it in real-time. The world was "SHOCKED"! was not.
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ちゃお( ‘ᾥ’ ) 12h
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shithead 23h
about me: I went 7 years thinking was dead.. so when I was young I thought he died in like 2005 or something bc of a rumor I heard at school.. and only found out he was alive when I saw his resurrected body at the 2012 .
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Michael H DiSabato 4h
50 YEARS ago Today THREE athletes STOOD TALL in the face of Racial Injustice.... a moment which continues to inspire this 50 year old “kid” in Columbus OHIO
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Michael Shibley 3h
50 years ago, Americans Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised gloved fists during the playing of the National Anthem after they won gold and bronze in the 200 Meters at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City.
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