the Olympic Black Power Salute you did not learn about in school

image45 years ago on Oct 16, 1968, at the Olympics Games in Mexico City, two black U.S. medalists—Tommie Smith and John Carlos—took the victory stand with their heads bowed, their hands raised with black gloves, and fists clenched……read about it here…..

http://www.laprogressive.com/olympic-black-power-salute/?utm_source=LA%20Progressive%20Newsletter&utm_campaign=6ef1cc5790-LAP_News_17April12&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9f184a8aad-6ef1cc5790-271711877

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Educator, musician, social justice activist...and now a blogger. Children deserve unflinching support from adults.....they deserve nothing less. All kids . Everybody's kids. Everywhere.
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