Quote Of The Day
“It’s a historic photo of two men of color. For this reason I never really paid attention to the other man, white, like me, motionless on the second step of the medal podium. I considered him as a random presence, an extra in [John] Carlos and [Tommie] Smith’s moment, or a kind of intruder. Actually, I even thought that that guy – who seemed to be just a simpering Englishman – represented, in his icy immobility, the will to resist the change that Smith and Carlos were invoking in their silent protest. But I was wrong. … that white man in the photo is, perhaps, the third hero of that night in 1968. His name was Peter Norman.”
– Excerpt from article by Riccardo Gazzaniga on Australian legend and still 200m NR holder, Peter Norman, who stood in solidarity with with John Carlos and Tommie Smith during their historic “Black Power” salute at the 1968 Olympics. His stand caused him to be persecuted in Australia and cost him a trip to the 1972 Olympics, but he, Carlos and Smith became lifelong friends.
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