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Tommie Smith, the 200m gold medallist, and John Carlos, who took bronze, made a raised-fist gesture and wore black gloves on the winners' podium as part of the blackpower
The photograph also depicts a very beautiful African woman who.se posture communicated a certain defiance ofthe Malcolm X variety; a defiance in line with the "blackpower
Two teenagers, a sister and brother, working together to buy a dreamed-of blackpower
During the sixties, when, Blackman stereotypically tells us, "antiwar radicals who grew their hair long and smoked pot" and "blackpower
advocates sporting `Afros'" besieged college presidents, Albright found the demonstrations at Columbia "a pain in the neck." Albright, we deduce, neither wore an Afro nor smoked the demon weed; instead, she struggled with her postgraduate work and wrestled with the dilemma of whether to leave the children at home with the housekeeper.
Guinier and Wharton notwitbstanding, blackpower
in the Clinton Administration is more tban skin deep.