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Out of play : critical essays on gender and sport [print. The john carlos story john carlos, winner of the bronze medal in the 200 meters in the 1968 olympics, recalls the raised-fist black power salute he and his teammate.
Written by patricia turnier monday, 29 september 2014 21:26 dr john wesley carlos was born on june 5th 1945 in harlem, new york he is of cuban descent and can.
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