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Fifty years ago today, on October 16, 1968, U.S. athletes John Carlos and Tommie Smith stood on the Olympic podium in Mexico City alongside Australian silver medalist Peter Norman and raised their black-gloved fists during the national anthem to denounce racism in the United States. The backlash that followed ended all of their professional careers. Carlos and Smith were harassed by the FBI for being "extremists." John Carlos told us in 2011 that his family was surveilled by the FBI after the Olympics, and his wife later died by suicide due to stress and paranoia. "She couldn’t take it no more, you know, having a phone tapped every day, being followed every day," he says. Carlos still advises young athletes trying to become politically engaged, after his historic action in Mexico City. "I was there to actually make a statement,” he told us. “I was ashamed of America for America’s deeds, what they were doing in history, as well as what they were doing at that particular time.” ・・・
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Today marks the 50th anniversary of Tommie Smith @tommiesmith68 & John Carlos thrust their fist high in the air during the national anthem. They were protesting racial injustice and inequality during a decade in which Martin Luther King Jr. & Malcom X were both murdered. #BlackLivesMatter.
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On this day 50 years ago, #TommieSmith and #JohnCarlos courageously protested racial inequality in America by raising their fists during the national anthem at the Mexico #Olympics. #positivevibes #powerofpositivity #namaste #blackexcellence #futureleaders #blackhistory

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Fifty years ago today, on October 16, 1968, U.S. athletes John Carlos and Tommie Smith stood on the Olympic podium in Mexico City alongside Australian silver medalist Peter Norman and raised their black-gloved fists during the national anthem to denounce racism in the United States. The backlash that followed ended all of their professional careers. Carlos and Smith were harassed by the FBI for being "extremists." John Carlos told us in 2011 that his family was surveilled by the FBI after the Olympics, and his wife later died by suicide due to stress and paranoia. "She couldn’t take it no more, you know, having a phone tapped every day, being followed every day," he says. Carlos still advises young athletes trying to become politically engaged, after his historic action in Mexico City. "I was there to actually make a statement,” he told us. “I was ashamed of America for America’s deeds, what they were doing in history, as well as what they were doing at that particular time.” #otd #onthisday #1968 #olympics #race #blackpower #johncarlos #tommiesmith #blackhistory #history #mexicocity
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50 years ago today John Carlos and Tommie Smith protested the inequitable treatment of Black Americans. From the leather fist to the black socks (nod to the Black panthers) and no shoes (protesting poverty in the US, for working class whites, too) everything was carefully planned as part of the organizing led by the athletes involvement in the Olympic Project for Human Rights. After devoting my senior thesis to race, college sports and political protest, meeting John Carlos was one for the books. Salute to these legends and the new guard using sports to carry on the message fifty years later. #AmericanHistory #BlackHistory #ItWasNotAboutTheFlag

✳Fun Fact:: You probably already know this but there were definitely black cowboys. As one descendant of a black cowboy explained, "We didn't write the books. We didn't produce the movies. So we were politely deleted." There is a conspicuous absence of the black cowboy recorded in the history of the American cattle-ranching industry. The role these men played in the settling of the Old West deserves scholarly attention."
And though African-American cowboys don't play a part in the popular narrative, historians estimate that one in four cowboys were black. The cowboy lifestyle came into its own in Texas, which had been cattle country since it was colonized by Spain in the 1500s. According to historians, about a third of all the cowboys were African American
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The inferiority of blacks permeated the air during the old west and thereafter.
So the exploits of black cowboys, lawmen (yep that's right lawmen) and outlaws in the storied history of the old west, wasn’t deemed
important or worthy enough of inclusion in the annuls of Old West history. Bass Reeves (July 1838 – 12 January 1910) was the first black deputy U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi River. He worked mostly in Arkansas and the Oklahoma Territory. He was credited with arresting more than 3,000 felons. He shot and killed 14 outlaws in self-defense. Isom Dart gained a reputation for being a notorious Wyoming Territory outlaw and rustler. Dart was one of the best riders, ropers, and bronco-busters known of his time. 🐺👒📷
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50 years ago to this date, John Carlos and Tommie Smith raises their fists in the Black Panther salute that shocked the world. SALUTE.

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