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Race and ethnicity in the Olympic Games

By Elesa Argent and Radar brookes


On October 2, 1968, more than 300 students and workers at La Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco, Mexico City were gunned down by police, on the order of former President Luis Echeverria. Those that lost their lives were protesting against the staging of the Olympic Games in a country that was struggling with poverty and an endemic lack of funding in vital public services such as education and healthcare

Topics: oxb:060111:014cs, sport, leisure, tourism, hospitality, cc-by, creative commons, athletics, competition, race, ethnicity, equality, black power, boycott, protest, racism, ukoer, hlst, engscoer, oer, ll2012, london 2012, olympics, olympic games, paralympics, paralympic games, learning legacies, jisc, hea, oxford brookes university, hlstoer, ioc, locog, race and ethnicity, mexico city 1968, munich 1972, ophr, olympic project for human rights, joe lewis, berlin 1936, maccabi games 2007, the olympics impact and legacy, Social studies, L000
Publisher: Oxford Brookes University
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.jorum.ac.uk:10949/17241
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