There as never been an official Olympic Games for black and white people as this would go against the ethics of unity between the continents, symbolised in the interlocking coloured rings on the Olympic Flag. It is however up-to the various countries taking part to select athletes to be entered. These countries may have racial policies in place regarding segregation.
The murder of 11 Isreali athletes by a terrorist group known as Black September.
There number of the professional black athletes is in the tens of thousands. Most of the athletes disciplines is dominated by the black athletes from different parts of the globe.
segregation was awesome during segregation for black people
Several Israeli Olympic athletes were murdered in the Olympic Village by Muslim terrorists.
In 1972 at the Munich Summer Olympics, A Palestinian terrorist group known as Black September attacked 11 Jewish athletes. The athletes were held hostage for a number of days until they were killed along with the terrorist.A "based on a true story" movie was made because of the event. It is titled Munich.
Yes, they are Tommie Smith and John Carlos who raised their fists after winning medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City
In my opinion I think they are.
If it had not been Satchel Paige that was the first black hall of famer in Baseball it would have been someone else. The sports world would have missed out on some of the best athletes in the world if the white man had not overcome their bias toward white people. We would have missed out on other athletes from around the world showing us tremendous talent. Think of the Olympics.
Yes, it has. Since the Black Power Salute in 1968 a lot of improvements have been made. Blacks are allowed to compete in the same races and whites, The fastest man in the world is black and a lot of young people respect and idolize some of the black athletes that competed in the Olympics. And if I white child idolized a black athlete back in the 1960's their parents would be disgusted and they would probably be taking to prison or something stupid. But now everyone is equal and treated the same and I think that that has a lot to be said for it. So yes the Olympics have improved race relations.