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"tommie smith" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:10 min | Last month

"tommie smith" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Dfa get out get out you know what the out so swear. Oh comes in and looks great. Of course because you down six in the ninth and that keeps on giving keep an entire division alive from craig known in farmington connecticut. Farmington connecticut a suburb of bristol. Connecticut basically an excerpt. This is interesting this past friday. I had the opportunity to see dan. Bern perform live here in connecticut after playing several of non sports and non show related songs. Dan told the audience that he often sends material into sports. Podcast call the tony kornheiser. Show zero is sponsored. He then added that. Perhaps people may recognize tony kornheiser from the long running. Pti program in which he fights with. Michael wilbon close quote still response. Dan then started playing. Mlb lbj from thursday's show. Perhaps sensing that it was not connecting with this particular audience faded out and stopped after the first verse during the ensuing awkward silence. I was inspired for the first time in my life to yell out. Let cheese are- are-. Dan looked out into the darkness towards me. Raised his fist all tommie smith and john carlos and said all right. I'll play it for you before starting over and playing it in its entirety. The song did get applause after the show. I was able to approach mr byrne and tell them how much i enjoyed his performance. And then i think the stuffy sends into your shows brilliant always said you're little also a first for me. We chatted for a short while about your show. His show in some of the material as talented as a singer and songwriter's bernez he's even more gracious and a lovely person and so much more than a jingle writer as other material is brilliant as well. I look forward to what he may contribute to your show and seeing him perform live again whenever i can. I cannot encourage audience enough to do the same. I'll close with very unpopular support from my fellow nutmeg or more cillizza. Isn't that a great email should have opened up within party from yes from that land of oslo olathe. Kansas olathe kansas. Mr tony episode where we can hear. Words of wisdom from mr kirk himself is pure listening bliss. It reminded me of a game. He eddie perez and ravi called on july seven of this year ravitch and that is just not but foul ravitch having flashbacks opening day. A few years ago the first pitch cubs similar swing homerun. Right to lead the season off kirk against jose. Arena the only other guy to do. That was dwight evans. Off of jack. Mars nineteen eighty-eight ravage. You think he was the only pitcher whose last name starts with you to give up a home run to the first battery face. The season peres begins to chuckle. Kirk are you mocking me now. Rabbit what you'd know the answer to that something had happened. Your back pocket. Thanks for all the laughs. Hope this brought you. One love the courtroom. Joey fosters. I finally had david aldridge moment listening to last wednesday show. Would steve sands talking about the evan scholarship program during the gulf segment. I said i know that scholarship. Because i was in evans scholar at the university of wisconsin from tau thousand to two thousand six. The scholarship absolutely changed my life. And i'm forever grateful. Also nothing beats the weird look of disbelief. You get from people for the rest of your life when you tell them. You went to school on a caddy scholarship. Just lovely alex lau in new york city even though he declined to have the offer..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on Into America

Into America

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on Into America

"But sometimes this huge global olympic stage with all its pomp and nationalism. Become something much more like when the. Us women's soccer team took a knee before their match earlier this week. The united states will take a knee before kick-off australians matilda's gathered around the circle in solidarity for decades olympic athletes and black american athletes in particular have used the bright lights of the games to draw attention to social and racial issues. Even though the rules in the olympic charter prohibited any kind of political expression. John carlos and tommie smith negro runners who won medals in the two hundred meter race today were ordered by the united states olympic committee to leave mexico earlier. They were suspended for raising black gloved fists. While star spangled banner was being played at an awards ceremony. The iconic image of sprinters giancarlos thomas myth shoeless with their black gloved fists raised high on the winner's podium. During the nineteen sixty eight olympic games in mexico city has become an enduring symbol of the emergence of the black athlete. I don't like being discriminated against discriminated against me all black people same as me. I still stamp blackness. i still stands for me People think i'm anti american. I'm not anti american amanda racism. The image is remembered as a catalyst for power pride and protest. Their names are etched in history as much for their stance at their prowess on the track but they weren't the only ones kicking button challenging racism and white supremacy back in one thousand nine hundred eight. There's a whole generation of activists athletes who in big and small ways challenged the status quo on the world's biggest age but whose remembered who's put onto posters and history. Books is often a product of some of the very same forces they were fighting against.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Thank you for having me on the honor to be on this morning and we share similar sentiments role model and a mentor for me. I'm honored to be serving in a chair named after him. I'm so glad. Thank you very much for joining us. So let's talk about the olympics and many of us still remember that back in sixty eight. There were two star. After american track stars. Tommie smith and john carlos raise a gloved hands in protest during the medal ceremonies olympics and they paid a huge price huge price sent home and ostracized for many many years. Now we're facing this this question about protesting in the two thousand twenty one olympic. So what do you think should happen at the olympics in terms of any kind of protest by by african american american athletes. That's a great question In epo think back to nineteen sixty eight olympics. Many people forget lew alcindor now known as kareem abdul-jabbar he actually chose not to attend the olympics. As an act of protests. Wild mia titus. She wore black shorts. Over solid era civil rights movement so there were a number of protests Beyond tommie smith. And john carlos that olympics of but t to the point that you raise the consequences for certain types of activism are not equal and there is a risk that you run when you're challenging the status quo but what i will say is this. I personally think that all sports is every aspect of our society is political in. So if we're going to Play a national anthem People should also be able to peacefully protest and express discontent with whatever may be going on within that nation state. You know internationally. There are a number of human rights violations a number of injustices that are taking place on within various countries. And i think athletes as well as any citizen of a particular country should have the right to peacefully challenge those injustices and draw attention to those invested. So if it was up to me. I think the ioc should allow Peaceful protests to take place..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on The Current

"As part of the opening for that day of competition was being played yeah. It was not being played for the medal ceremony for the women's hammer throw although he felt it was being played deliberately in an way to to almost beat her into doing something. But that that that's debatable. It's debatable for sure and i think you know. The timing was a little suspicious because the apparently the days before they had been doing it at a certain time in for some reason it was delayed until this moment so it seems a little suspicious. So really i think activism comes in so many different forms and protesting on a podium or like mark said beforehand which i think is very noble is a part of it as long as we can continue that snowball effect hopefully to get real sustained change happening within government systems within our communities and we have to realize that this is just a symbol of movements. That are happening all around us. There's a lot of work that is being put in behind the scenes with many different amazing organizations and yes athletes have a voice and this is one way we can bring attention but we also yeah we could do something greater where we we decided to come together and completely protests going to games i know tommie smith and john carlos they talked about that but then decided they wanted to use their performance as a way to speak to. It's just like like when he said she would play her heart outs when so you can show. Because here's here's the end of it. We equate winning with goodness. So however you want to see that we automatically do and if we can use winning and they equating it with goodness for actual good. There's nothing that like. I feel like great things can come from that you know. of course. there's a lot of people out there who may Subscribe to the school of thought that says shut up and dribble as was told to lebron james famously. When do you feel that. Perhaps athletes feel the pressure to do something when they don't really feel that they should be speaking out or they don't feel that it is their job to speak out. It does that put added pressure on the shoulders of some athletes. Well i think that that you know. I in particular when you have team sports you have to navigate like the team environment and like as being a an indigenous athlete on with a whole bunch of non native teammates. Even remember the attention. I got and in talking about ochre. And how the attention it ca- it can cause division issues on teams But you know and that would. That was a big concern from you know. It was always something. I was worried about right But you know what. I think that you know if you have a good team environment and you know you you do foster that i think it. It is something that a lot of teams will support But i wouldn't ever. I wouldn't expect my teammates to do it if they didn't feel comfortable. This is something that you have to believe in and like like angela mark said there are consequences and this is a real thing like when i hear of saying..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

07:29 min | 4 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So michael like we can't make the is you know but you know we loved to jump so am i you. I'm arrived for my. But i do want to say that. He did not test positive during the olympics. So it's not the same however you know. He tested positive month after the olympics and his medals were stripped and like you know he was on a probationary period. So i just wanna like you know. Just put that out there. Because i do see a lot of people saying that and i'm like is not the only thing you know and duly noted also at the same time it's like like i said i understand because look she clearly knew the rules right like right it clearly. We're gonna they were gonna test. You and marijuana is one of the things on the list that you're going to get tested for so obviously you made the choice to like no one. I know we're not arguing that point you were wrong. We're not wrong point. But the fact that she admitted it and the fact that she did ineffective is just frigging marijuana. Okay clearly needs to speed up with the times and we my and my thing is and again the dismay i feel like if it's not a performance enhancer. It's not a muslim producer. I feel like the role should be like you. Are you thirty days. You're going to get another test and if you get another test you're out like you know like something like more formal obey and all them people that keep saying out. Why allowed arosh they say how. 'bout how 'bout show job take a drug screen you and let's talk about that then. Okay so stop throwing rocks when you live in a shattered glass house now. Shout out tonight ski because people with like oh lord you know now. Her endorsements are going to be dropping. Because of this and you know out to nike. They seem to be on the right out of the curve. Nike came forward and said we appreciate chakari honesty and accountability and will continue to support her through this time. Okay you better come on nike. And so i appreciate that now. I do also want to just get some people together in the sense of like yes. I really do feel like well first of all. Okay well okay. So then let's just say more than likely chakari will be in the olympics. Okay she has accepted her thirty day. Suspension that ends july twenty seven which would be an time to run in the women's relay guy so i did. Everybody read the whole article. So i mean i don't. I don't bet. I've i've read that. I've seen that posted. So i believe that her taking that thirty day suspension. She still will be able to participate in the relays and we might be able to get her black joy. Her black girl magic on and the olympics. But let me just since we on this topic the olympics in tokyo. I'm bob diz closed from not even watching. Okay i'm bout this close. Okay for the ball. I love the summer olympics. I love when he all being the stadium and all the countries we i mean i get a life out of there i would like i. I remember like years ago. My mom took me and my brothers to the shore. And my helen kane with us and we was like a one bedroom motel and like you know a day after the beach and we all like hey man on this little raggedy tv and their motor not a hotel motel and like you know. I we were just like i. Just you know i just for me is that i get life out of that but the tokyo olympics. I'm bout this close from that watching your so in april. Two thousand and twenty one the i. o. C. which is the son with the olympics. the people that make the stuff for the olympics. Google the i o. C. issued a press release about rule fifty of the olympic charter which states no kind of demonstration or political religious or radical propaganda is permitted in any olympic sites and essentially they are and not essentially they have banned any representation of black lives matter so no form of black lives matter can be worn shown anywhere and the olympics. Okay this also stems back in nineteen sixty eight to black athletes. Tommie smith and john carlos were expelled from the olympic village after they raised their gloved fists and a symbol of protests while standing in The podium after taking third and first place in the two hundred meter okay. So i mean i so okay. So now we can't black lives matter on a world stage. You know what better time or opportunity to you know. Show unity is show. Whatever the tokyo olympics they say and now it's the no for that also and this olympics we have we are seeing more and more representation of our black and brown and people of color in areas and fields that we have never seen before and even in swimming which historically we've not seen any black representations this year we got a squad going to the olympics okay and so cap is The so cap are su- shoe. I have itself are people. Are we wear dreadlocks. We were natural hair and so so cap says that they petitioned to have their caps allowed to be able to our brothers and sisters that have locked where their natural hair that they can wear. There's the sole camp During the olympics because the regular Olympic hats don't fit our heads. They don't they're not protective of our hairstyle. Like we can't we need something. A little different and soul. The tho caps as the international governing body for swimming rejected their application for their caps to certify it for use of competition they say figure out who is but they say senior told them that caps are unsuitable. Because they don't follow the natural form of the head. Tho- kept make swimming caps to fit overprotected dreadlocks. Afros we've hair extensions in thick curly hair. Oh girl by okay. Miss tokyo olympics and shout out to my girls brunette thompson mitchell guy. She didn't started a petition..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:44 min | 4 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Over here, the sage from South Central, the Prince of PICO Union, the Czar of Common Sense the great elder ski Don't Lorenzo. Welcome to the program. No, Victor Kratz allowed because we've got a country to save. So let's get her t to apply shall off to my name's Frank. What the hell Store need that SUBS Go. Triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are relief factor dot com studio about the young lady named Gwen Bury the hammer thrower who turned her back as the national anthem was playing. We're going to have an excerpt from an interview where she explained why she did what she did in just a second. But for all the people who are saying things like, Well, if you don't want to represent your country, you shouldn't go. I remember back in 1968 when two black Track stars who finished 1st and 3rd or on the podium. 1st and 3rd in the 200 M. And they raised their fists in protest. I was 16. I remember being proud. Because that was 1968. Only months earlier, the Supreme Court Has struck down so called anti miscegenation laws that for bad black men and black women. And black women and white men. From marrying. This is the same year that Congress passed the historic Open Housing Act two. Minimize discrimination against black who wants to buy home wanted to buy homes. Is only a few years. After Jim Crow was officially over. This is a very different America at the time. The United States leads the Olympics in metal awards and is just about supreme in the sprint races. Thanks to men like Tommie Smith and John Carlos. Yesterday, they came in 1st and 3rd in the 200 M dash and then stood on the victory platform with bowed heads, wearing black socks and gloves and a racial protest. Before the Olympics, there was a furor in this country over a threatened boycott by Negro athletes. And most of them decided that participation in the Olympics would further the cause of civil.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Jim Harbaugh and and credit to Michigan's 80. This contract doesn't really have a huge buyout in it. So I think Harbaugh was looking in the mirror and he's saying himself. You know what? I don't deserve to have $20 million by Ana. I think Michigan's 80 said, You know what? We'll give you this extension, but it's pretty clear that if if you don't get the job done, you know we're gonna let Ugo and frankly, I think that What hurts the program. The most is Flirtation with the NFL over and over and over again. So you have to realize that you know what he can do this this offseason Jim Harbaugh. What he can do. He can go into Tommie Smith Living room, You know, a four star prospect in the state of Ohio and say, I just signed a five year extension come up to Michigan play for me for the next four years. But does he actually plan on being there for four or five years? That's a whole different conversation. Absolutely. John Hayes from the athletic and just a quick note here, John. It's not why I brought him on. But John is my former intern. From John. It's but it's been a long time and you are, I would say, if not my most successful intern, but one of my most successful Internet very proud for what you've what you've done here with Fine bomb And now with the athletic So congratulations and you are a Zilong is I'm coming on CBS Sports Radio. You are my go to college football insider. You're the man, John. I appreciate you. Those times were fantastic kick started my career. It's hard to believe it's been that long. But it's It's great to talk to. And I really appreciate you asked me to come on the show. There is John Hayes on air. That's how you find him on Twitter. Thanks, John. You got it. Thank you, John. There he is. John Hayes of the athletic will come back and we'll talk about the two games here. We're going to look ahead to what we could be talking about next week with the NFL playoffs Coming up is a Pete McCarthy update and then right back to us. This is John Marks on CBS Sports Radio..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Latest data on US weekly jobless claims are Ian, and it's slightly higher than expected they were more people filing for unemployment benefits. Last week, there were 853,000 new claims. Economists were expecting a slight increase because of delayed filings caused by the Thanksgiving holiday and because of rising coronavirus cases. But the number was higher than forecast. New claims have held in the range of 700 to 800,000 since mid October, though the number is still well below the peak of nearly seven million in late March. The number of continuing claims those still receiving benefits also increased to 5.7 million. That number reflects those returning to work and those whose benefits expired. GeneCo's Sola Fox News top Republican in the House, raising questions over reports California Democrat Eric Swalwell had a relationship. With a reported Chinese spy, Kevin McCarthy says Well, well should be removed The House Intelligence Committee I'm going to ask the FBI director to brief me as the leader and a member of the Gang of Eight. I did not know of this. Swalwell sitting on the Intel committee is jeopardizing what the things that he is. Hearing from other members within that committee, well well, has not been accused of any wrongdoing and says he is cooperating with the FBI. In a reversal of policy, the U. S Olympic and Paralympic Midi has announced it will not sanction athletes if they raised their fists or protest no other ways during the games. Next, you're a Tokyo is coming after it heard from an athlete group seeking changes to the Olympic Charter. The International Olympic Committee has defended the rule, saying protest has no place of the games but recently has called on his own athlete committee to look at possible changes. Rule, famously that the ouster of American sprinters Tommie Smith and Juan Carlos after they raised gloved fist in protest of racial inequality. During the 1968 Olympics in.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The latest data on US weekly jobless claims are Ian and it's slightly higher than expected. There were more people filing for unemployment benefits. Last week there were 853,000 new claims. Economists were expecting a slight increase because of delayed filings caused by the Thanksgiving holiday and because of rising coronavirus cases, but the number was higher than forecast. New claims have held in the range of 700 to 800,000 since mid October, though the number is still well below the peak of nearly seven million in late March. The number of continuing claims those still receiving benefits also increased to 5.7 million. That number reflects those returning to work and those whose benefits expired. GeneCo's Sola Fox News top Republican in the House, raising questions over reports California Democrat Eric Swalwell had a relationship with a reported Chinese spy. Kevin McCarthy says Swallow should be removed the House Intelligence Committee I'm going to ask the FBI director to brief me as the leader and a member of the Gang of Eight. I did not know of this Swallow sitting on the Intel committee is jeopardizing what the things that he is. Hearing from other members within that committee wall was not been accused of any wrongdoing and says he is cooperating with the FBI. In a reversal of policy, the U. S Olympic and Paralympic Committee has announced it will not sanction Athletes if they raised their fists or protest. No other ways during the games next year in Tokyo, is coming after it heard from an athlete group seeking changes to the Olympic Charter. The International Olympic Committee has defended the rule, saying protest has no place of the games but recently has called on his own athlete committee to look at possible changes The rule famously that the ouster of American sprinters Tommie Smith and Juan Carlos after they raised gloved fist in protest of racial inequality. During the 1968 Olympics.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:17 min | 11 months ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Slowly here. 700 wlw Amy Wagner In about about 15 minutes. Here on 700. W W We're five minutes away from a news update this morning. We'll get the very latest, including the news that P G. Sittenfeld has suspended temporarily stepped aside. His city Council seat because he's under federal indictment. Federal investigation for oil scandals, Um not sure what that means. And I could just hold the seats. Hey, hold on a sec. I'll be right back. He put so it counsel when I have council meeting tomorrow, why are later say should say, um You know it's his seat, because I don't know Does he works as P G Sittenfeld of the day is there that they take his chair and just tilted forward? Like in a wedding, you know, you know you get the table. I'm sitting here and they took the chairs forward on the table. The whole somebody must be sitting here or do you take the Do you take the napkin and put into your chair? I'm not sure how they do that. It's City Council. But maybe Sandia. Rygel have that for you coming up here in five on 700 wlw. In the meantime, we're talking about Saving the Bangles. You save the Bangles, not by drafting some really great offensive lineman, bringing some free agents and as they did the off season, but rather rather by bringing him Colin capper Nick for a workout. That's what the Bangles need to do What I'm telling you. I'm telling you, that's the Bangles need to do because that's the kind of thing the Bengals do. 513749 7800 the big one in pounds 780, Auntie Terry and reading on the big one. Hey, Terry, they've got our year. I'm good. What's up, buddy? Hey, I just want to give you a little quick note on how the Bangles embrace controversy and so on and so forth. 1968, Mexico on Olympic Do you remember John Carlos and Tommie Smith, raising their fifth and opposition of four black power and they were after side after that. Do you remember two years later, alter conservative Paul Brown. Signed Tommy Smith, Miss Matty. Yeah, and that was in the sixties now within the 62 with much like 2020 minus the pandemic, and Paul Brownstein Kami Smith at the wide receiver to a contract and he played for the Bangles. I don't know he actually played. I think we played Tommie Smith did but right now, he another Bengals had interest. I know they signed him up. Yeah, he actually played he played for about a year for the Bangles obviously didn't do too well. People have been playing still. Yeah, obviously, obviously so, to your point. Why not bring it in? I think you know. I just heard the commercial port for the Bangles. And they can't sell out limited seating right now. Exactly. So don't you think that by bringing in Colin Kaepernick there would be people there going? Hey, I've got my I've got a ticket stub from the first game calling Kaepernick plate or the ticket stub for when Colin Cabinet first Shut up, There'd be no question about it in the attention around the NFL wouldn't be about how pathetic the Bengals are it be about this up lifting, redemptive story about Colin Kaepernick. Getting the long deserves second chance he so deserves. That's what the narrative would be 100% that makes perfect sense. Sad about wins and losses. But tell me ask you something. When is the last time it has ever been about wins and losses with your Cincinnati Bengals? The answer would be. I can't remember. Maybe since Paul Brown LeBron had a lot of their tools at his disposal to But clearly ever since the Mike Brown air, this team is set up to do just that if they're listening at Paul Brown Stadium. I would say this do the right thing. Give Colin capper Nika try up and buy the right thing. I mean, bottom line. I don't care if it's not about I agree with you. I'm thinking like you now. I'm not. I'm not being a bangle semi saying what we if we just draft a couple more got No, I'm not talking about that. E. I don't care about that. Mike Brown doesn't care about. They don't care about that. I don't care about, you know, having a a front office staff there that is running on fumes. They don't care about having the league minimum amount of personnel. They don't care about practice bubbles. Don't care about any of that stuff. They care about. They care about the bottom line. The win column is not wins and losses. The win column is looking at that bank account and seeing how many fat stacks lineup that's what that's what it's about and dangling, got understand. We run things differently here in Cincinnati. In the NFL, little NFL cities that Jerry Jones is the Bob Crafts of the world. They care about winning that. Come about putting a product on the field of me having that chip on here way. Don't care about that. About the bottom line. You on your fantasy Banking league. He's a personal number one right owner. That's your guy. If you had a fantasy of fantasy financially, I'll ask Amy Wagner about this the fantasy Finance League that Jerry Jones that Bob Kravitz, Mike Brown. So what you do is you bring Captain for a workout. Even just the workout. You gave her many buzzing. Any bit of it. It looks terrible. You sign them anyway. You what do you got to lose? Don't have any Louis everything the game Financial gain. Jersey sales ATTENTION, media attention you become the city that gives Colin Kaepernick a second chance right next, and we'll think of the iconic story they could do on the NFL today where they decided. But why did you bring Colin Kaepernick for the step beleaguered franchise and hopes he can. He can help Joe Bro, turn this thing around in the future and be that stopgap and maybe he'll be burrows back up. You never know There's a chance and here's Paul Brown Stadium and what's right in the shadows and the shadows of the legendary All Brown..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Be vocal and to take a stand and to make a difference in the WN. BA has long been out there fighting for equal rights and justice and their players at the forefront, so they deserve credit. Ah, Naomi Osaka, the tennis player didn't wanna place. I mean, you know, there was Jason Heyward from the cub. There were some MLB games that were played, so it's definitely a flashpoint, and it's about Bringing attention to something taking a stand and causing that discussion to further you know, this is such a politicized topic. It's beyond you know, individual being shot, and then you know the subsequent more unrest and violence and vandalism destruction of Kenosha. It's been a summer of this unrest. In the midst of covert, and I mean, I don't know about you. I mean, it's a report on it every day it is addressed. It's exhausting, but I have to do with professionally but also on a personal level. It does hit and I got a separate those two things, and it's often difficult to do one's social media. I can only imagine and it is, But I mean and you know, I don't know if you get emotional, but you get personal, and I think that that's important to share to share your experiences. And you're seeing that I think that the athletes can raise that use their powerful voices to raise awareness. I wonder Ryan. It's a platform back, but is there more they can do? To to be part of the solution. I think that that is the one part of it. But when I hear people ask, Look, you are powerful people with, you know, re sources and access to power That's even bigger than yourselves. And so is there something 1st 1st. I think they do a lot in the MBA is very active in the community and has been so for some time. I mean, I mean, let's not forget LeBron James founded his own school and accurate When he founded his own school for you know, underprivileged, marginalized kid to put its own money on the line alone school, So I mean, and and he he's most popular player on the planet, So let's just start there. In terms of setting the tone, and that's just one thing. Chris Paul has been very active on social causes and a lot of players and you know, yes, you can. You can Talk about it. But you have to be about it. I think focusing purely on yesterday. That was significant because they said, we're not going to play, but I think, um, you know, Yes, I think they're willing to engage in that discussion. I think even using their platform, which is how they get paid is the other thing. It's not like they're profession. They could do this when there's 60. 50 40, and some guys can't even do it in their thirties. They have a finite small window to earn as much money as they possibly can. And in a profession that very few people on the planet. Are able to do no question and to risk that because you don't know what the father is going to be. I mean, look, I have a picture in my Man Cave. Made well, the little corn I'm allowed to have of of Tommie Smith and John Carlos in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, and you know, I was really intrigued to hear Tommy Smith's comments today. He won the gold medal, but he and Don Carlos on the medal stand. Four black clubs and raised their fists and they were ostracised and, you know, stripped of their Olympic glory for four decades. Because of that pain a you know a significant price and sacrifice for what they believed in and you know Mohammed Ali. I mean, there's been sports stars throughout the year who played a significant price to stand up for what they believe in using their platform in their conviction. You know, but we're not suited to this this degree in the MBA, and it's always always goes back to the money. But it makes so much money. They're not going to do it, but they did it. And I think it's to your point. They can move forward. And I think they will. Okay. Final question for you like I let you go. Right. I so appreciate us. Is there a princess Princess Castle in your man cave like there isn't my husband because we had one of those. Do you allow that in your man cave? Like I said, I'm not. No, I'm not going to boycott There may be a mixture of His castle on the line. I remember Bill you all mixed in together with a couple of boat Barbie and Ken dolls floating around, but it's all good. That's it is. They are the queen of the castle. So they ruled the roost. No question, Ryan. Thanks for checking in with us today. Thanks. Thanks for your thoughts and always a pleasure. You know, we go way back and your producer told me provided. It's been 30 years since I was the Internet radio. Summer. 1990 can't believe that you like yesterday, Ryan. 30 years. What? That's crazy. Dating us all. Thank you. Ryan will talk to you later. We gotta get to the news and that's Steve Bertrand for them..

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"tommie smith" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Yeah, with the you know the Silverbacks, and then I forget what the other team was was that who was after the silverbacks sharks I was never is for both seasons. In a long time ago I played for. The Columbus Sharks semi pro football league and that was a long time ago. It, it's funny. You mentioned indoor football because I. I miss broadcasting it. That was a lot of fun to call I mean I. You was more successful, but yeah I can I can tell you quarterback. Tommie Smith I. Think First Name was Tommy I. Know that, but he was from eating and he. Played His college ball in Indiana, so that was. I know I know where you're from. I live near there. So that always made me happy but Yeah I. It's sad to think that a hair arenas. In the state that it's an it's never gonna be what it was and to who knows if we ever get any new arena like that? I personally hope we do, but. Yeah that's the you know. That's the big hope. Right, because when if we're talking Dayton sports and around that area. We've gotTA have. That type of Reno Nine. We have like Is Trent Renuka. Yeah, there's the trend arena and kettering which I mean. They're never. GonNa put in hockey there. That's yeah yeah. Yeah. So, it's like you really need. I mean, that's A. Such great sport to have. To have people come to and to be around and if you're if you've got hockey, you can do the. You know the the football and all that is well and. Just so much so much. Other things I mean Harry brought so much to the community with that. You know to see see that. Go Away was a real shame. It's. It's still heartbreaking to me I. Don't know how I if you been catching up with hair arena, but just. It's it's bad. The tornadoes certainly didn't help just. It's. It's really bad and it breaks my heart. I mean we can look up and see nineteen eighty seven written on some of the ceiling tiles so. That gave the character. You gave the character absolutely I I wonder if the Dayton. Demons championship ceiling tiles still in the pub because all of a sign did after the Cup came home and. The demons were in Danbury for game five and I was broadcasting sharks game and I can just remember. That's the quickest I've packed up my broadcasting year. And I went down to the PA. Then it was like ninety two Dayton like we're gonNA win the cup. It was that was a great night..

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Carlos, US athletes take stand to end Olympic protest rule

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Carlos, US athletes take stand to end Olympic protest rule

"United States Olympic and Paralympic committee athletes council in partnership with legendary sprinter John Carlos has called on the international Olympic committee to abolish the anti protest rule the man was formally presented to the IOC for the first time in a letter today it made by U. S. Olympians on a Thursday conference call with the IOC athletes commission the issue is most famously highlighted by Carlos and Tommie Smith raising gloved fist during a medal ceremony in nineteen sixty eight and were expelled from the

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"tommie smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The picture of Tommie Smith and John Carlos after sixty eight Olympics they have used that image please show the Olympic spirit to showcase what makes the Olympics so great if they're going to then turn around and say that athletes may not hold the fist in the air Neil while their anthem is being played while they stand on the podium that is hypocritical and that image from nineteen sixty eight is one of the most indelible and pick images it should be a positive image even know John Carlos and Tommy Smith felt compelled to do that because of all the wrongs that were in the world at that time image and if the IOC wants to say no no signs of protests then stop using that picture because that was a protest and it is now celebrated and look back on that Tommie Smith and John Carlos were brave for doing what they did and it was a powerful message now there are other reports saying that the IOC is discussing this further so they said the rules are you can't but other reports say that they are behind the scenes discussing some things and maybe by the time we get to Tokyo more than a year from now long time still maybe they'll ease up on that but diocese official line is do not protest five two two nine eight seven two your reaction to the three stories that are driving the show coming up next we'll keep an eye how on the MLB draft I have some thoughts on the draft coming up a little bit later Rockies up with pick number nine we'll see if they pick before the show is over but we're gonna be doing our own draft the Charles Schwab challenge everybody but tiger is in this field and because of how long we've been without golf why not do a draft J. Ritchie hosted TV green radio joins me after we take a look at traffic from.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on KOMO

"Ten thousand miles from here to help modal and killed another poor people simply to continue the domination of white slave masters over the dark of people of the earth Mohammed Ali now celebrated as one of the most significant sports figures and humanitarians of the twentieth century in nineteen sixty eight American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos defiantly stood on the Olympic medal platform in Mexico City Tom why brought one leather gloves to the stadium Smith took the right Carlos as the anthem began they raised their fists together taking advantage of a moment to call attention to that same year basketball star Lew Alcindor boycotted the nineteen sixty eight Olympics to protest unequal treatment of African Americans in two thousand twelve Kareem Abdul Jabbar author what color is my world the lost history of African American inventors following the death of George Floyd and protest across the nation Karim was asked by ESPN's Scott van pelt how white people can help make true change well one thing that we can do all of us we can go out and make a friend of someone who doesn't look like us you know we have to understand what people's lives a life of people that we don't spend a whole lot of time with on a regular basis but we have.

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Tokyo Olympics: IOC details athlete rules on political protests

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Olympics: IOC details athlete rules on political protests

"The International Olympic Committee has published new rules banning athletes from taking a political stand and in the field of play. Joe Ramsey explains no taking a knee. No hand gestures with political meaning. No disrespected medal ceremonies. The International Olympic Committee says athletes are prohibited prohibited by the Olympic charter from taking a political stand in the field of play like the raised fist by American sprinters. Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the nineteen sixty eight Mexico City Games. They can still express if political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded by the US Olympic Committee after protests on the podium at the Pan American in games last August in Peru the IOC says sport is neutral and must be separate from political religious or any type of

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"tommie smith" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on KOMO

"Then snow tonight that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather's aired eighty eight at Rio Grande village Texas minus fourteen at Mount Washington New Hampshire the nation's high and low yesterday seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout the international Olympic committee has published in new rules banning athletes from taking a political stand in the field of play Joe Ramsey explains no taking in the no hand gestures with political meaning no disrespect at medal ceremonies the international Olympic committee says athletes are prohibited by the Olympic charter from taking a political stand in the field of play like the raised fist by Americans printers Tommie Smith and John Carlos of the nineteen sixty eight Mexico City games they can still express political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded by the U. S. Olympic committee after protest on the podium at the Pan American Games last August in Peru the I. O. C. so sport is neutral and must be separate from political religious or any type of interference I'm Joe Ramsey Russia's four year Olympic band for manipulating doping data is heading to sports highest court the world anti doping agency says that his former only referred the case to the court of arbitration for sport after Russia confirmed last month it will appeal the sanctions also in sports Lakers forward lebron James is the current leader in fan voting for the NBA all star game rosters logging more than three point three million votes nineteen past fresh record market highs and Verizon attempts to keep pace with cord cutting when American morning returns after these messages.

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International Olympic Committee bans political statements by athletes at games

Ben Shapiro

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

International Olympic Committee bans political statements by athletes at games

"The Olympics is banning political statements by athletes at this summer's Tokyo games no taking in me no hand gestures with political meaning no disrespect at medal ceremonies the international Olympic committee says athletes are prohibited by the Olympic charter from taking a political stand in the field of play like a raised fist by Americans printers Tommie Smith and John Carlos of the nineteen sixty eight Mexico City games they can still express political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded by the U. S. Olympic committee after protest on the podium at the Pan American Games last August in Peru the I. O. C. so sport is neutral and must be separate from political religious or any type of interference I'm Joe

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"tommie smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The second with Wynton Marsalis playing trumpet both from the soundtrack of the film motherless Brooklyn which was written directed by my guest Edward Norton who also stars in the film a lot of attention to movie music you know sometimes like the soundtrack this kind of ruined the film for me because I think the music is so let the land or corny or predictable that it just it just gives me give me a bad feeling it makes me think like how good can this movie be if the director chose that music hello and then the opposite happens to where the music's really great I just feel like I'm in I couldn't agree more it can make or break a film it at a level that I don't think it's hard for people even grasp how different the outcome of the film can be if the music is exceptional versus you know by now and I think there's an unfortunate reality the way you make films which is you have to edit the film in for a long time you have to work with temporary music is very very very rare that people get to work with their composer all through the course of the making of the film and it usually comes at the tail and it's usually a little rushed and as a result a lot of film music is what I get I would call it it's a cheap mirror of what's already taking place in the film it illustrates or just emphasizes the exact same thing that the scene is telling you in all its other dimensions it's not its own voice it's not it's own thread of emotion and what it's great the opposite is true it it is it's own thing that gives you a different information than you're getting in any other way let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest is Edward Norton and he wrote directed and stars in the film motherless Brooklyn we'll be right back this is fresh AIR at seven fifty one support for KQED comes from San Jose museum of art Olympic gold medalists Tommie Smith's historic.

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"tommie smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"tommie smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And we'll see tomorrow. You've been listening to ABC's this week with the roundtable guest today. Matthew Dowd, she political analyst for ABC news. Pam bondi? Former Florida attorney general Sarah Fagin, Republican strategist, Patrick Gaspard, president open society, foundations and Maggie Haberman White House. Correspondent for the New York Times. The Sunday shows continue in fourteen minutes time until then we take you to book TV on C span. Two today is the first Sunday of the month when we host guest for three our discussion today, it's author and sportswriter Dave's 'Iran talking about his books and taking viewer questions. He's on C span. Two until three PM eastern. Mr. siren is the author of what's my name fool game over and the recently published Jim Brown last man standing we listen in for ten minutes about this with the Raisa Bolsonaro. I'm both. In my opinion. A very scary figure in many respects for how he speaks about women. How he speaks about gay people always speaks about what he wants to do the Amazon rainforest speaks about indigenous people. There was just an indigenous protest at the Brazilian embassy here in Washington DC about Bolsonaro, and in the political analyses that I'm looking at there really is nothing about the ways in which the World Cup in the Olympics helped pave this road for him to take power because it bread so much anger and dissatisfaction. I mean in two thousand thirteen before the World Cup. There were these mass marches taking place on the stadiums as they were being built so you had Brazilians by the thousands protesting soccer. I mean this thing about it'd be like New Yorkers protesting pizza you'd never see that. And yet you saw it in Brazil. Nine hundred sixty eight Mexico City. John Carlos did not just come out of a vacuum. Did he know Tommie Smith, and John Carlos a lot of people know that moment where John Carlos and Tommie Smith raise their fists to the heavens one thousand nine hundred sixty eight but they don't realize that it was also a movement called the Olympic project for human rights. Not just a moment. But a movement in this movement was built for the liberation of black athletes who was built as a way to organize. Not just a protest, but a boycott of the Olympic Games, and it was doing so around a series of demands like this inviting South African Rhodesia from the Olympics like getting Avery Brundage. The head of the International Olympic Committee, whose nickname was slavery Avery getting him to step down for what we're perceived as his is racism is head of the International Olympic Committee. So it was built around a series of demands. And then when the boycott didn't happen Tommie Smith and John Carlos felt like they still needed to do something to commemorate the struggle. And so in October of nineteen sixty eight the summer Olympics were in October that year a lot of people they're taken aback by that. But that was the the storm season in the summer of Mexico. They didn't want to have the Olympics then but knock Tober of nineteen sixty eight they raise their fists, but they didn't just raise their fists with with gloves on each hand. They also weren't wearing shoes to protest poverty. They're aware. Wearing beads around their neck as a symbol of the history of violence and lynching in the United States, and they're all wearing buttons that said Olympic project for human rights, and it has to be mentioned that in the silver medal. Stand was an Australian runner named Peter Norman who is also wearing a button that said Olympic project for human rights, a tremendous show of solidarity and an image. That has stood the test of time that and Muhammad Ali standing over Sonny liston, I would argue are the two most famous sports photos of the twentieth century. Dave's Zairean is an author and sportswriter. He's our guest on TV's in in-depth, which continues live for one more hour on C span two. You're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C span radio WCS PFM Washington. This is C span radio WCS PFM Washington. And it's time now to continue the Sunday network talk shows, I'm Chris Wallace. The governor of Virginia. Refuses to step down over a racist picture despite a barrage of calls from fellow Democrats for his resignation..

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