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The National Museum of African American History and Culture

The National Museum of African American History and Culture - THE BLACK POWER SALUTE Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised black-gloved fists when the United States national anthem was played during their medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.

This picture is a perfect representation of the stereotypes that every people of coloured experience probably in their daily lives. Stereotypes such as people with colour are known for stealing things, this is why it is important to keep an eye for them when in stores. No stereotypes for any race should exist. People choose to act the way they do, this has nothing to do with their race. Stealing, killing, etc. are done by everyone, not just stereotypically by black people/people of colour.

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U.S. The Iconic Photo That Sent Shock Waves Throughout The World, 1968 Olympics. ~ The African-American athletes are Tommie Smith and John Carlos.


Cabelos crespos e cacheados: sobre cultura e aceitação:


Yellow Peril supporting Black Power. Protesting imprisonment of Huey P. Newton. (LOVE this picture)

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'We Shall Overcome' Gesture

"Once upon a time freedom used to be life-" Mama feels strongly about people being freed.


❤Love yourself and other. And you will have a blessed life.


Power and Equality: universal terms that are understood so differently in so many places. How do you define power and equality?