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1968 Mexico City Olympics Black Power Salute
Capturing a controversial and significant historical moment in Olympic history, American Medalists Tommie Smith and John Carlos give the Black Power salute during the national anthem.
MISC. SPORTS
1968 OLYMPICS WORLD RECORD SET IN SPRINTING. 400 METER DASH. WINNERS LEE EVANS, LARRY JAMES, RONALD FREEMAN ON WINNERS PLATFORM GIVE BLACK POWER SALUTE. AMERICAN NATIONAL ANTHEM.
Olympics Protests
High, wide pan of Olympic stadium in Mexico City, and close up of spectator in sombrero. West Germany's Claus Schiprowski executing his silver medal winning jump in the men's pole vault. Slow motion of USA's Bob Seagren, who won the gold medal, executing a successful jump. Men's triple jump next, and slow motion of USSR's Viktor Saneyev who won the gold medal, performing a jump. Slow motion of USSR's Janis Lusis, who won the gold medal in the javelin, throwing a world record breaking throw, and watching the javelin for a long time as it lands. Mid shot of javelin landing. End of the men's 200 metres final, with USA's Tommie Smith crossing the line to take the gold with his arms aloft, with Australia's Peter Norman taking the silver, and USA's John Carlos taking the bronze. Close up of scoreboard showing a time of 19.8 seconds, a new world record. Wide angle, from behind of the medal ceremony, in which Carlos and Smith, wearing black gloves, have their fists raised in their famous 'black power' salute. Nice close up, from behind, of Carlos and Smith with fists raised, with the voice over saying the ceremony was 'unfortunately overshadowed by politics'. Men's hammer action next, and slow motion of Hungary's Gyula Zsivotzky, who won the gold medal, spinning before throwing his hammer, then tracking shot of hammer flying through the air, and landing. Close up of lead runners in the men's 5000 metres final, with USSR's Nikolay Sviridov leading, then close up of Australia's Ron Clarke running in the pack. Close up animated spectators, then end of race, with Tunisia's Mohamad Gammoudi holding on well to win the gold medal, Kenya's Kip Keino taking the silver, and Kenya's Naftali Temu, unseen, the bronze. Nice slow motion of USA's Bob Beamon, who won the long jump gold medal, sprinting towards the camera, and executing a jump, probably his world record breaking jump. Heavyweight weightlifting next, and close up of USSR's Leonid Zhabotynskiy making his gold medal winning lift, and waving to the crowd.
Various Subjects
RACIAL VIOLENCE, H. RAP BROWN, BLACK PANTHERS, DEMONSTRATIONS, BLACK POWER, DAMAGED COMMUNITIES AFTER RIOTS, 1968 OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY, HOOVER,SKINHEADS,
11/27/67 A0045464 SAN FRAN, CALIFORNIA BLACK POWER ADVOCATE HARRY EDWARDS SPEAKS ASKING ALL NEGRO ATHLETES TO BOYCOTT THE 1968 OLYMPIC GAMES:
11/27/67 A0045464 SAN FRAN, CALIFORNIA BLACK POWER ADVOCATE HARRY EDWARDS SPEAKS ASKING ALL NEGRO ATHLETES TO BOYCOTT THE 1968 OLYMPIC GAMES: SX 1228 "BLACK POWER" SHOWS: NO SHOT LIST, REFER TO FILE: (SHOT 11/22 - 26/67 25FT) EDWARDS, HARRY - SOF BLACK POWER OLYMPIC GAMES SPORTS - GENERAL XX / 25 FT / 16 / NEG PIX / R 17470 25 FT / 16 / NEG TRACK 25 / 16 / COMPOSITE DUPENEG 400 FT NEG CUTS
12/15/67 2 STORIES A0045969 - A0045970 NEW YORK CITY: ROBINSON OLYMPIC BOYCOBT:
12/15/67 2 STORIES A0045969 - A0045970 NEW YORK CITY: ROBINSON OLYMPIC BOYCOBT: LOCAL "ROBINSON - OLYMPICS" SHOWS: SOF Q&A JACKIE ROBINSON SUPPORTING BOYCOTT OF 1968 OLYMPICS BY NEGRO ATHLETES: (SHOT 12/15/67 -- 43FT) SECOND STORY: "ROBINSON ABDED" SHOW: OF Q&A JACKIE ROBINSON ON CASSIUS CLAY (SAY CLAY HAS NOTHING AGAINST BRUNDAGE IF TRUE SHOULD BE FOLLOWED UPL SAYS HE WOULD JOIN BOYCOTT IF HE WERE STILL AN ATHLETE: (SHOT 12/15/67 -- 76FT) ROBINSON, JACKIE - SOF CLAY, CASSIUS - COMMENTED ON OLYMPIC GAMES BLACK POWER STRATON / 119 FT / 16 NEG / D18338 200 FT / 16 NEG / CUTS
May 68 in the world
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Since 1936, international politics has been part of the Olympic Games
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10/21/68 A0053048 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO: OLYMPIC - FRIDAY
10/21/68 A0053048 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO: OLYMPIC - FRIDAY LN 7000 "OLYMPIC - FRIDAY" SHOWS: MS BOB BEAMON'S RECORD LOND JUMP: HE JUMPS FOR JOY AFTERWARD - 2 SHOTS: MS 400 MTRDS RACE: WITH EVAN JAMES AND FREEMAN TAKING FIRST 3 PLACES FOR USA ~FINISH IS AT FAR SIDE OF STADIUM FROM CAMERA): MS EVANS, JAMES AND FREEMAN RECIEVE OLYMPIC MEDALS, AND GIVE THE CLENCHED - FIST BLACK POWER SALUTE AS TEHY DO SO: MS THE 3 FLAGPOLE SHOW THE AMERICAN FLAGS FOR 123 PLACINGS: MS MISS S GOSSICK USA, MAKES WINNING DIVE - A BACKDIVE WITH 2 1/2 SOMMERSAULTS BEFORE ENTERING WATER: MS MISS GOSSICK RECEIVES HER GOLD MEDAL, IN SECOND PLACE IS MISS POGOZEVA, USSR THIRD PLACE IS MISS O'SULLIVAN USA: (SHOT 10/19/68 71FT) BEAMON, BOB GOSSICK, S JAMES, LARRY O'SULLIVAN, K EVEANS, LEE FREEMAN, RON POGOZEVA, T OLYMPIC GAMES SWIMMING & DIVING - 1968 TRACK & FIELD - 1968 BLACK POWER CIVIL RIGHTS - US UPITN / 71 FT / 16 DUPE / NEG / R27667 71 FT / 16 FGM / POS /
++UK Olympics
AP-APTN-2330: ++UK Olympics Wednesday, 11 July 2012 STORY:++UK Olympics- +4:3 Premiere of film about 1968 200m winners podium Black Power salute LENGTH: 02:15 FIRST RUN: 2330 RESTRICTIONS: Pt must credit 'Arrow Films' TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/ARROW FILMS STORY NUMBER: 749637 DATELINE: London - 11 July 2012 LENGTH: 02:15 SHOTLIST ARROW FILMS (MUST CREDIT 'ARROW FILMS') Mexico City, Mexico - 16 October 1968 ++Black and white video++ +4:3+ 1. Wide of American sprinter Tommie Smith receiving his gold medal at the 1968 Olympic Games in the 200 metres 2. Australian competitor Peter Norman receiving medal 3. Close of Smith receiving his medal 4. Various of American sprinter Tommie Smith and fellow US sprinter John Carlos doing the 'Black Power' salute on the podium AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY London, United Kingdom - 11 July 2012 +16:9+ 5. Pan from media to Tommie Smith and his wife attending the UK premiere of the documentary of the movie "Salute" 6. Mid of Smith and his wife 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tommie Smith, US black athlete who performed Black Salute at Olympic Games in 1968: "The movement is human. The movement is a human movement, and man is capable of doing anything, and we see that because of our presidential elections. He is African-American, yes, President of the United States, yes. Can he do more for me than he does for you? I think it's synonymous because he represents us equally. That's what equality is all about." ARROW FILMS (MUST CREDIT 'ARROW FILMS') Date and location unknown ++Clips from the film "Salute" ++Black and white video++ +4:3+ 8. Various of coloured men working as slaves on farms 9. Zoom in of coloured athlete 10. Close of sign on restaurant reading (English) "We have the right to refuse service to anyone." 11. Wide of hotel - sign reading (English) "Bate's Hotel for coloured." 12. Washroom with area for white people to wash their hands and separate area for coloured people AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY London, United Kingdom - 11 July 2012 +16:9+ 13. Tilt-down of Salute poster 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tommie Smith, US black athlete who performed Black Salute at Olympic Games in 1968: "I think what we did, as athletes, was identifiably correspond to those who were in politics, using what we had to bring across a word of implementation. But our implementation was freedom, was equality, and not separatism, and not racist tendencies de-emphasising the need to be equal, and it's very important." 15. Cutaway of Smith being interviewed 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Simon Woolley, Operation Black Vote campaign: (on whether such a gesture would be relevant at the 2012 Olympics): "Look, here's a thing, each and everyone has to find their own consciousness, their own moment in history, to make a difference. Tommie Smith did it silently, powerfully, others will find theirs, but they must find it." 17. Wide shot of people gathered for premiere STORYLINE The black American sprinter Tommie Smith, who captured the world's attention with a peaceful but controversial protest delivered at the 1968 Mexico Olympics, was in London on Wednesday for the UK premiere of the documentary "Salute." Smith was the first man to break the 20 second barrier in the men's 200 metres when he won gold at the 1968 Mexico City Games, but what made him famous was his subsequent 'Black Power' salute on the podium with his fellow American athlete John Carlos. It is still considered one of the most powerful images in modern history and was the inspiration for the documentary, Salute, which tells the true story behind that image and how the careers of the men would subsequently be destroyed. However Smith told the UK media on Wednesday that it was not meant to be a Black Power salute but a human rights salute. Smith said as they waited 44 years ago to receive their medals, they told their fellow athlete Australia's Peter Norman of their plan. They had both decided to wear black gloves as they made the gesture but one had forgotten their gloves so Norman gave them the idea to wear one glove each. Following the incident Smith and Carlos were not allowed to run in their US relay team and were banned from the Olympics for life. The Australian public also did not take fondly to Norman embracing the athletes' idea. Four decades on and so much has changed in America, including electing Barack Obama as the country's first black president, . Smith said Obama stands for "equality." Smith then spoke about why they decided to make their grand gesture. "(It was about) equality, freedom and not separatism, and not racist tendencies," he said. Another to attend Wednesday night's premiere was Simon Woolley, from the Operation Black Vote campaign. He was asked if it was possible for a similar gesture to be made at the London Games, that start in just over a fortnight. "Everyone has to find their own consciousness, their own moment in history, to make a difference. Tommie Smith did it silently, powerfully, others will find theirs, but they must find it," he added. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 07-11-12 1958EDT
The podium is a platform: sport and politics
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Exile of Tommie SMITH
International Olympic Committee
Mexico Anniversary - Demonstration to mark anniversary of 1968 student massacre
TAPE: EF02/0841 IN_TIME: 03:27:38 / 07:37:13 DURATION: 2:31 SOURCES: APTN/Canal 6 RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Mexico City - 2 Oct 2002/FILE SHOTLIST: CANAL 6 File - (Black and white) 2 October 1968 1. Wide of student crowd on the run 2. Wide of military arriving at scene 3. Medium of military tank 4. Pan students running for their lives APTN Mexico City - 2 October 2002 5. Medium of banner depicting Lenin, Stalin and Marx 6. Close up demonstrator playing trumpet 7. Tilt up from drum to face of demonstrators playing 8. Medium demonstrator marching 9. Medium demonstrator marching 10. Medium banner reading "2nd October, we don?t forget" 11. Wide demonstrators marching carrying banners 12. Close up picture of disappeared 13. Medium woman holding Mexican flag and showing fist 14. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Pablo Gonzalez, former MP and student leader: "We are asking that the investigation is speeded up to integrate the new facts that the special attorney already has in his power. And regarding those who have been asked to appear before the special attorney (referring to former Interior Minister at the time of the massacre, Luis Echeverria Alvarez), and who have not rejected the accusations, they should be considered guilty." CANAL 6 File - (Black and White) 2 October 1968 15. Three shots of members of the "Olympia Batallion" (wearing white bandages in one of their hands) as they arrest demonstrators APTN Mexico City - 2 October 2002 16. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Pablo Gonzalez, former MP and student leader: "On top of the military investigation about General Acosta Chaparro and the other (whose trial will begin on Friday for their role in the 60`s dirty war against left wing guerrillas) there should be an investigation among the civilian circles. Because what they did was a state crime." 17. Wide Salazar addressing crowd outside special attorney's office 18. Close up demonstrator wearing balaclava hat 19. Close up demonstrators marching, shouting slogans 20. Wide of march, zooms into picture of disappeared STORYLINE: Demonstrators took to the streets of Mexico on Wednesday to commemorate the 34th anniversary of the massacre of student demonstrators in 1968. A day of mourning was also declared to remember dozens of students who were shot down by government security forces during a largely peaceful student demonstration in Mexico City's Tlatelolco Plaza. Demonstrators including students, unions and various social organisations marched peacefully through the capital, remembering a massacre for which so far no one has been held accountable. They gathered outside the office of the Special Prosecutor for the Disappeared, demanding that investigations into the affair are speeded up to bring those responsible to justice. The massacre occurred only days before before the 1968 Olympics were held. The government claimed about 24 died in the shooting, but historians say the figure was much higher with around 300 killed, many were caught in a cross fire while police and troops blocked the plaza's exits. Special prosecutor Ignacio Carrillo, appointed by President Vicente Fox to investigate the massacre and other alleged crimes of past governments, has estimated that about 38 people were killed. Former President Luis Echeverria, who was Mexico's interior secretary in charge of domestic security at the time, has been accused of ordering the attack. Carrillo called Echeverria in for questioning in July and August, but the former president refused to talk, citing his constitutional right to remain silent. But Echeverria publicly has denied any involvement with the killings. A new documentary by Canal 6 has been released to coincide with the anniversary, clearly showing the infamous military "Olympia Batallion" whose members dressed in civil clothes wore a white bandage on one of their hands so they could recognise each other. The documentary is believed to contain the widest source of pictures of the massacre to date.
APTN 2330
AP-APTN-2330 Americas L Prime News-Final Wednesday, 11 July 2012 Americas L Prime News ++Switzerland UN Syria 02:33 AP Clients Only Annan on Syria following his briefing to the UN Security Council US UN Syria 02:40 AP Clients Only +4:3 UN ambassadors comment on Annan's Syria briefing US Healthcare 01:45 AP Clients Only GOP-controlled House voting to repeal health law ++US Train 02:22 Pt No Access NAmerica/Internet Train derails triggering large fire US Kim 00:25 AP Clients Only World Bank President Dr Jim Kim meets senators on Capitol Hill Chile Protests 02:32 Pt No Access Chile/Internet 4:3 Students, miners and fishermen stage protests Myanmar US 01:24 No Access Myanmar 4:3 1st US ambassador to Myanmar since 1990 begins job Pakistan NATO 01:43 AP Clients Only Bureaucracy slows NATO supplies through Pakistan Argentina Spain 01:15 AP Clients Only 4:3 Fernandez calls Spain's economy minister 'baldy' over his economic policies Chile Penguins 02:09 See Script Humbolt penguin population under threat from rats ++US Bear 01:03 Pt No Access NAmerica/Internet Young bear ventures into residential area before being returned to the wild ++UK Olympics 02:30 Pt must credit 'Arrow Films' +4:3 Premiere of film about 1968 200m winners podium Black Power salute B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 2330 GMT. APEX 07-11-12 1957EDT
Seoul: the hostages of politics
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Athletics: EVANS-Reynold record
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1968 CLIP REEL / MAJOR STORIES
1968 CLIP REEL. 01:00 OFF AIR TELEVISION BROADCAST OF PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON MAKING A SPEECH IN WHICH HE ANNOUNCES THAT THE US WILL CEASE ALL AIR, NAVAL AND ARTILLERY BOMBARDMENT OF NORTH VIETNAM. 06:00 COVERAGE OF THE 1968 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. SINGER ANITA BRYANT SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO PRESIDENT JOHNSON. SENATOR DANIEL INOUYE (D-HAWAII) AND CHICAGO MAYOR RICHARD DALEY MAKE BRIEF OPENING COMMENTS. 13:00 CBS REPORTER DAN RATHER, STANDING ON THE CROWDED CONVENTION FLOOR, GETS SHOVED AROUND AND KNOCKED DOWN BY A SECURITY GUARD. CBS ANCHORMAN WALTER CRONKITE COMMENTS. 16:00 SENATOR ABRAHAM RIBICOFF (D-CONN) SAYS, PASSIONATELY, THAT, WITH GEORGE MCGOVERN AS PRESIDENT, WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO HAVE GESTAPO TACTICS IN THE STREETS OF CHICAGO WHILE MAYOR DALEY LISTENS IN IRRITATION AND THEN STARTS HOOTING THE SPEAKER. RIBICOFF, SNEERINGLY ADDRESSING THE HECKLERS, COMMENTS ON HOW HARD IT IS TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH. HE NOMINATES MCGOVERN FOR PRESIDENT, THE CHAIRMAN VAINLY TRIES TO CALL FOR ORDER AS THE CROWD SHOUTS, LET'S GO HOME. 20:00 BRIEF CUT TO ACTRESS SHIRLEY MACLAINE. 20:00 DALEY, HEATEDLY, CRITICIZES, GUESTS, PRESENT AT THE CONVENTION. 21:40 COVERAGE AT THE 1968 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE RICHARD NIXON ACCEPTANCE SPEECH CLIP. HE DESCRIBES A STRING OF RECENT INCIDENTS WHICH LESSENED INTERNATIONAL RESPECT FOR THE US. HE REFERS TO THE SEIZURE OF A US NAVAL VESSEL AND SAYS IT'S TIME TO ELECT RESPECTFOR THE US AND IS GIVEN A STANDING OVATION. HE DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR LAW AND ORDER. 25:15 PRESIDENT JOHNSON, GIVING A TELEVISED PRESS CONFERENCE, SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT SEEK A SECOND TERM AS PRESIDENT. 27:40 DELEGATES FROM THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LEAVE THE FLOOR AFTER THE CONVENTION. 29:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF A COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (USC) AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA) FEATURING O J SIMPSON. 27:20 VICE PRESIDENT HUBERT HUMPHREY ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT DURING THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HE IS JOINED ON STAGE BY HIS WIFE MURIEL, RUNNING MATE SENATOR EDMUND MUSKIE (D-MAINE) AND HIS WIFE JANE. 32:00 LIVE OFF AIR FEED OF AN OLYMPICS RACE WITH RUNNER JOHN CARLOS. HE RAISES HIS FIST IN A BLACK POWER GESTURE WHILE STANDING IN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE. 34:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-MASS), JACQUELINE KENNEDY, AND VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON SITTING IN PEWS DURING A MEMORIAL CEREMONY FOR SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY. HAS OF A CROWD OUTSIDE THE CHURCH. CI: PERSONALITIES: BRYANT, ANITA. PERSONALITIES: CARLOS, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: CRONKITE, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: DALEY, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, HUBERT. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, MURIEL. PERSONALITIES: INOUYE, DANIEL. PERSONALITIES: JOHNSON, LYNDON. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, EDWARD. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MACLAINE, SHIRLEY. PERSONALITIES: MCGOVERN, GEORGE (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, EDMUND. PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, JANE. PERSONALITIES: NIXON, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: RATHER, DAN. PERSONALITIES: RIBICOFF, ABRAHAM. PERSONALITIES: SIMPSON, O J. POLITICS: CONVENTION, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, 1988. POLITICS: CONVENTION, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL, 1988.
1968 CLIP REEL / MAJOR STORIES
1968 CLIP REEL. 01:00 OFF AIR TELEVISION BROADCAST OF PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON MAKING A SPEECH IN WHICH HE ANNOUNCES THAT THE US WILL CEASE ALL AIR, NAVAL AND ARTILLERY BOMBARDMENT OF NORTH VIETNAM. 06:00 COVERAGE OF THE 1968 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. SINGER ANITA BRYANT SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO PRESIDENT JOHNSON. SENATOR DANIEL INOUYE (D-HAWAII) AND CHICAGO MAYOR RICHARD DALEY MAKE BRIEF OPENING COMMENTS. 13:00 CBS REPORTER DAN RATHER, STANDING ON THE CROWDED CONVENTION FLOOR, GETS SHOVED AROUND AND KNOCKED DOWN BY A SECURITY GUARD. CBS ANCHORMAN WALTER CRONKITE COMMENTS. 16:00 SENATOR ABRAHAM RIBICOFF (D-CONN) SAYS, PASSIONATELY, THAT, WITH GEORGE MCGOVERN AS PRESIDENT, WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO HAVE GESTAPO TACTICS IN THE STREETS OF CHICAGO WHILE MAYOR DALEY LISTENS IN IRRITATION AND THEN STARTS HOOTING THE SPEAKER. RIBICOFF, SNEERINGLY ADDRESSING THE HECKLERS, COMMENTS ON HOW HARD IT IS TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH. HE NOMINATES MCGOVERN FOR PRESIDENT, THE CHAIRMAN VAINLY TRIES TO CALL FOR ORDER AS THE CROWD SHOUTS, LET'S GO HOME. 20:00 BRIEF CUT TO ACTRESS SHIRLEY MACLAINE. 20:00 DALEY, HEATEDLY, CRITICIZES, GUESTS, PRESENT AT THE CONVENTION. 21:40 COVERAGE AT THE 1968 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE RICHARD NIXON ACCEPTANCE SPEECH CLIP. HE DESCRIBES A STRING OF RECENT INCIDENTS WHICH LESSENED INTERNATIONAL RESPECT FOR THE US. HE REFERS TO THE SEIZURE OF A US NAVAL VESSEL AND SAYS IT'S TIME TO ELECT RESPECTFOR THE US AND IS GIVEN A STANDING OVATION. HE DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR LAW AND ORDER. 25:15 PRESIDENT JOHNSON, GIVING A TELEVISED PRESS CONFERENCE, SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT SEEK A SECOND TERM AS PRESIDENT. 27:40 DELEGATES FROM THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LEAVE THE FLOOR AFTER THE CONVENTION. 29:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF A COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (USC) AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA) FEATURING O J SIMPSON. 27:20 VICE PRESIDENT HUBERT HUMPHREY ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT DURING THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HE IS JOINED ON STAGE BY HIS WIFE MURIEL, RUNNING MATE SENATOR EDMUND MUSKIE (D-MAINE) AND HIS WIFE JANE. 32:00 LIVE OFF AIR FEED OF AN OLYMPICS RACE WITH RUNNER JOHN CARLOS. HE RAISES HIS FIST IN A BLACK POWER GESTURE WHILE STANDING IN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE. 34:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-MASS), JACQUELINE KENNEDY, AND VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON SITTING IN PEWS DURING A MEMORIAL CEREMONY FOR SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY. HAS OF A CROWD OUTSIDE THE CHURCH. CI: PERSONALITIES: BRYANT, ANITA. PERSONALITIES: CARLOS, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: CRONKITE, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: DALEY, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, HUBERT. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, MURIEL. PERSONALITIES: INOUYE, DANIEL. PERSONALITIES: JOHNSON, LYNDON. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, EDWARD. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MACLAINE, SHIRLEY. PERSONALITIES: MCGOVERN, GEORGE (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, EDMUND. PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, JANE. PERSONALITIES: NIXON, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: RATHER, DAN. PERSONALITIES: RIBICOFF, ABRAHAM. PERSONALITIES: SIMPSON, O J. POLITICS: CONVENTION, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, 1988. POLITICS: CONVENTION, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL, 1988.
The shock images of the weekend
International Olympic Committee
1968 CLIP REEL / MAJOR STORIES
1968 CLIP REEL. 01:00 OFF AIR TELEVISION BROADCAST OF PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON MAKING A SPEECH IN WHICH HE ANNOUNCES THAT THE US WILL CEASE ALL AIR, NAVAL AND ARTILLERY BOMBARDMENT OF NORTH VIETNAM. 06:00 COVERAGE OF THE 1968 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. SINGER ANITA BRYANT SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO PRESIDENT JOHNSON. SENATOR DANIEL INOUYE (D-HAWAII) AND CHICAGO MAYOR RICHARD DALEY MAKE BRIEF OPENING COMMENTS. 13:00 CBS REPORTER DAN RATHER, STANDING ON THE CROWDED CONVENTION FLOOR, GETS SHOVED AROUND AND KNOCKED DOWN BY A SECURITY GUARD. CBS ANCHORMAN WALTER CRONKITE COMMENTS. 16:00 SENATOR ABRAHAM RIBICOFF (D-CONN) SAYS, PASSIONATELY, THAT, WITH GEORGE MCGOVERN AS PRESIDENT, WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO HAVE GESTAPO TACTICS IN THE STREETS OF CHICAGO WHILE MAYOR DALEY LISTENS IN IRRITATION AND THEN STARTS HOOTING THE SPEAKER. RIBICOFF, SNEERINGLY ADDRESSING THE HECKLERS, COMMENTS ON HOW HARD IT IS TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH. HE NOMINATES MCGOVERN FOR PRESIDENT, THE CHAIRMAN VAINLY TRIES TO CALL FOR ORDER AS THE CROWD SHOUTS, LET'S GO HOME. 20:00 BRIEF CUT TO ACTRESS SHIRLEY MACLAINE. 20:00 DALEY, HEATEDLY, CRITICIZES, GUESTS, PRESENT AT THE CONVENTION. 21:40 COVERAGE AT THE 1968 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE RICHARD NIXON ACCEPTANCE SPEECH CLIP. HE DESCRIBES A STRING OF RECENT INCIDENTS WHICH LESSENED INTERNATIONAL RESPECT FOR THE US. HE REFERS TO THE SEIZURE OF A US NAVAL VESSEL AND SAYS IT'S TIME TO ELECT RESPECTFOR THE US AND IS GIVEN A STANDING OVATION. HE DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR LAW AND ORDER. 25:15 PRESIDENT JOHNSON, GIVING A TELEVISED PRESS CONFERENCE, SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT SEEK A SECOND TERM AS PRESIDENT. 27:40 DELEGATES FROM THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LEAVE THE FLOOR AFTER THE CONVENTION. 29:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF A COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (USC) AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA) FEATURING O J SIMPSON. 27:20 VICE PRESIDENT HUBERT HUMPHREY ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT DURING THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HE IS JOINED ON STAGE BY HIS WIFE MURIEL, RUNNING MATE SENATOR EDMUND MUSKIE (D-MAINE) AND HIS WIFE JANE. 32:00 LIVE OFF AIR FEED OF AN OLYMPICS RACE WITH RUNNER JOHN CARLOS. HE RAISES HIS FIST IN A BLACK POWER GESTURE WHILE STANDING IN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE. 34:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-MASS), JACQUELINE KENNEDY, AND VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON SITTING IN PEWS DURING A MEMORIAL CEREMONY FOR SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY. HAS OF A CROWD OUTSIDE THE CHURCH. CI: PERSONALITIES: BRYANT, ANITA. PERSONALITIES: CARLOS, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: CRONKITE, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: DALEY, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, HUBERT. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, MURIEL. PERSONALITIES: INOUYE, DANIEL. PERSONALITIES: JOHNSON, LYNDON. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, EDWARD. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MACLAINE, SHIRLEY. PERSONALITIES: MCGOVERN, GEORGE (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, EDMUND. PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, JANE. PERSONALITIES: NIXON, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: RATHER, DAN. PERSONALITIES: RIBICOFF, ABRAHAM. PERSONALITIES: SIMPSON, O J. POLITICS: CONVENTION, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, 1988. POLITICS: CONVENTION, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL, 1988.
Athletics, Mexico City Olympics: Tommie SMITH and John CARLOS the Black power on the podium
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Athletics, Mexico City Olympics: the winners of the 400m Black Power
International Olympic Committee
1968 CLIP REEL / MAJOR STORIES
1968 CLIP REEL. 01:00 OFF AIR TELEVISION BROADCAST OF PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON MAKING A SPEECH IN WHICH HE ANNOUNCES THAT THE US WILL CEASE ALL AIR, NAVAL AND ARTILLERY BOMBARDMENT OF NORTH VIETNAM. 06:00 COVERAGE OF THE 1968 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. SINGER ANITA BRYANT SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO PRESIDENT JOHNSON. SENATOR DANIEL INOUYE (D-HAWAII) AND CHICAGO MAYOR RICHARD DALEY MAKE BRIEF OPENING COMMENTS. 13:00 CBS REPORTER DAN RATHER, STANDING ON THE CROWDED CONVENTION FLOOR, GETS SHOVED AROUND AND KNOCKED DOWN BY A SECURITY GUARD. CBS ANCHORMAN WALTER CRONKITE COMMENTS. 16:00 SENATOR ABRAHAM RIBICOFF (D-CONN) SAYS, PASSIONATELY, THAT, WITH GEORGE MCGOVERN AS PRESIDENT, WE WOULDN'T HAVE TO HAVE GESTAPO TACTICS IN THE STREETS OF CHICAGO WHILE MAYOR DALEY LISTENS IN IRRITATION AND THEN STARTS HOOTING THE SPEAKER. RIBICOFF, SNEERINGLY ADDRESSING THE HECKLERS, COMMENTS ON HOW HARD IT IS TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH. HE NOMINATES MCGOVERN FOR PRESIDENT, THE CHAIRMAN VAINLY TRIES TO CALL FOR ORDER AS THE CROWD SHOUTS, LET'S GO HOME. 20:00 BRIEF CUT TO ACTRESS SHIRLEY MACLAINE. 20:00 DALEY, HEATEDLY, CRITICIZES, GUESTS, PRESENT AT THE CONVENTION. 21:40 COVERAGE AT THE 1968 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE RICHARD NIXON ACCEPTANCE SPEECH CLIP. HE DESCRIBES A STRING OF RECENT INCIDENTS WHICH LESSENED INTERNATIONAL RESPECT FOR THE US. HE REFERS TO THE SEIZURE OF A US NAVAL VESSEL AND SAYS IT'S TIME TO ELECT RESPECTFOR THE US AND IS GIVEN A STANDING OVATION. HE DISCUSSES THE NEED FOR LAW AND ORDER. 25:15 PRESIDENT JOHNSON, GIVING A TELEVISED PRESS CONFERENCE, SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT SEEK A SECOND TERM AS PRESIDENT. 27:40 DELEGATES FROM THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LEAVE THE FLOOR AFTER THE CONVENTION. 29:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF A COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (USC) AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA) FEATURING O J SIMPSON. 27:20 VICE PRESIDENT HUBERT HUMPHREY ACCEPTS THE NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT DURING THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. HE IS JOINED ON STAGE BY HIS WIFE MURIEL, RUNNING MATE SENATOR EDMUND MUSKIE (D-MAINE) AND HIS WIFE JANE. 32:00 LIVE OFF AIR FEED OF AN OLYMPICS RACE WITH RUNNER JOHN CARLOS. HE RAISES HIS FIST IN A BLACK POWER GESTURE WHILE STANDING IN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE. 34:00 LIVE OFF AIR FTG OF SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY (D-MASS), JACQUELINE KENNEDY, AND VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON SITTING IN PEWS DURING A MEMORIAL CEREMONY FOR SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY. HAS OF A CROWD OUTSIDE THE CHURCH. CI: PERSONALITIES: BRYANT, ANITA. PERSONALITIES: CARLOS, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: CRONKITE, WALTER. PERSONALITIES: DALEY, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, HUBERT. PERSONALITIES: HUMPHREY, MURIEL. PERSONALITIES: INOUYE, DANIEL. PERSONALITIES: JOHNSON, LYNDON. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, EDWARD. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, JACQUELINE. PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MACLAINE, SHIRLEY. PERSONALITIES: MCGOVERN, GEORGE (ABOUT). PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, EDMUND. PERSONALITIES: MUSKIE, JANE. PERSONALITIES: NIXON, RICHARD. PERSONALITIES: RATHER, DAN. PERSONALITIES: RIBICOFF, ABRAHAM. PERSONALITIES: SIMPSON, O J. POLITICS: CONVENTION, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL, 1988. POLITICS: CONVENTION, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL, 1988.