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"SAN JOSE -- The statue unofficially stretches 23 feet high. The view from its base, though, makes it look so much taller. Tommie Smith and John Carlos. Their gloved fists punching a cyan sky. The beaming South Bay sun sparkling against the mosaic tile", www.dailydemocrat.com
"SAN JOSE — San Jose State University track and field forever will conjure memories of “Speed City.” And it forever will be linked with the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Four men at the center of one of the most controversial statements in Olympic history shared the stage Monday on the Silicon Valley campus. Sociologist and sports psychologist Dr. Harry Edwards, and track stars John Carlos, Tommie Smith and Stockton resident Lee Evans helped celebrate the", www.recordnet.com
"SAN JOSE >> San Jose State officials on Monday announced the return of men’s track and field after a three-decade absence as some of the school’s biggest stars convened to mark the moment and pay tribute to a bygone era lovingly kn", www.santacruzsentinel.com
"Former Olympic sprint stars and civil activists Tommie Smith and John Carlos earned fame and scorn when they raised their gloved fists on the medal podium at the 1968 Mexico City Games and bowed their heads through the national anthem in protest during the heart of racial tension in the U.S.", www.sacbee.com
"SAN JOSE Former Olympic sprint stars and civil activists Tommie Smith and John Carlos earned fame and scorn when they raised their gloved fists on the medal podium at the 1968 Mexico City Games and bowed their heads through the national anthem in protest during the heart of racial tension in the U.S. They were booted out of the Olympic", www.register-pajaronian.com
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