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John Dominis

American Track and Field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos, First and Third Place Winners in the 200 Meter Race, Protest with the Black Power Salute, 1968

Inkjet print
14 × 9 1/2 in
35.6 × 24.1 cm
location
Brooklyn
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Extended title: American track and field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos, first and third place winners in the 200 meter race, protest with the Black Power salute as they stand on the winner's podium at the Summer Olympic games, Mexico City, Mexico, October 19, 1968

Printed 2016

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John Dominis
American, 1921–2013
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Extended title: American track and field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos, first and third place winners in the 200 meter race, protest with the Black Power salute as they stand on the winner's podium at the Summer Olympic games, Mexico City, Mexico, October 19, 1968

Printed 2016

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Courtesy of John Dominis/Getty Images
John Dominis
American, 1921–2013
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John Dominis

American Track and Field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos, First and Third Place Winners in the 200 Meter Race, Protest with the Black Power Salute, 1968

Inkjet print
14 × 9 1/2 in
35.6 × 24.1 cm
location
Brooklyn
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