Jesse Owens and the 1936 Berlin Olympics2017-03-11T12:50:25-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/6ff/20170311130125003_hd.jpgHistorians talked about about Jesse Owens and his legendary performance in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and how black athletes confronted Nazi white supremacy propaganda during the games.
Historians talked about about Jesse Owens and his legendary performance in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and how black athletes confronted Nazi white supremacy propaganda during the games.
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Melina Abdullah Professor California State University, Los Angeles->Pan-African Studies Department
Susan Bachrach Curator U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum->Exhibitions
Tyree Boyd-Pates Curator California African American Museum->History
Derrick Jackson Columnist Boston Globe
Steven Klappholz Western Regional Director U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
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