Systemic Racism

From raised fists at the 1968 Olympics to taking the knee: A history of racial justice protests in sport

England and Italy football players take the knee. Image: REUTERS/John Sibley

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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John Carlos, participant of the 1968 Olympics. Image: REUTERS/Alex Gallardo

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