Olympic Protest

22nd October 1968: Olympic medal winning, Afro-American atheletes for the 400 meters (from left to right) Lee Evans (gold), Larry James (silver), and Ron Freeman (bronze). The three wear black berets in sympathy for their suspended compatriots Tommie Smith & John Carlos who controversially gave the Black Power salute as the American national anthem was played during the medal ceremony for the 200 meters. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
22nd October 1968: Olympic medal winning, Afro-American atheletes for the 400 meters (from left to right) Lee Evans (gold), Larry James (silver), and Ron Freeman (bronze). The three wear black berets in sympathy for their suspended compatriots Tommie Smith & John Carlos who controversially gave the Black Power salute as the American national anthem was played during the medal ceremony for the 200 meters. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
Olympic Protest
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Keystone / Stringer
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3275309
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Hulton Archive
Date created:
October 22, 1968
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Hulton Archive
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HC9757
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96d/16/huch/3960/06
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