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In the 1968 Olympic games, Tommie Smith made history by winning the 200m sprint in under 20 seconds. Removing his PUMA Suedes, he stepped onto the medal podium in black socks to represent poverty and slavery, and raised his fist – "to stand up for human rights and to stand up for black Americans." With that gesture, Tommie Smith altered the course of history and dedicated his life to change. Emblazoned with Tommie Smith's silhouette, with fist raised, the BHM Pack honors a legacy on the track and off.
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