Olympic Games, Mexico City, Mexico, Men's 200 Metres Final, USA gold medallist Tommie Smith (C) and bronze medallist John Carlos give the black power salutes as an anti-racial protest as they stand on the podium with Australian silver...More
October 17, 2008 License
Sport, Olympics, Men's 400m Mexico, 22th October 1968, American medallists give the 'Black Power' salute on the winners rostrum, Left to right: Larry James (silver) Lee Evans (Gold) and Ronald Freeman
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...More
October 12, 1968 License
American track and field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos, first and third place winners in the 200 meter race, protest with the Black Power salute as they stand on the winner's podium at the Summer Olympic games, Mexico City,...More
A jubilant American long sprinter Tommie Smith raises his arms as he crosses the finish line to set a new world and Olympic record at the 19th Olympics in Mexico City, October 17, 1968. Smith and his bronze-winning teammate John Carlos...More
July 22, 2003 License
Lee Evans (R) Larry James (L) and Ronald Freeman (C) after the 400 meter race at the Summer Olympics.
Lee Evans (C) Larry James (L) and Ronald Freeman (R) after their victory for the 400 meter race at the Summer Olympics.
Olympic Games, Mexico City, Mexico Men's 200 metres Final, Tommie Smith of the USA wins Gold
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