"OLYMPIC PRIDE, AMERICAN PREJUDICE" CELEBRATES 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NYC TICKER TAPE PARADE WELCOMING THE RETURN HOME OF 1936 OLYMPIC ATHLETES
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On September 3, 1936, New York City welcomed home America's Olympic athletes from the 1936 games in Berlin with a festive ticker tape parade. Those athletes included Jesse Owens - who won 4 gold medals in one day -- and 17 other black Americans who competed for their country.
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