Archie Williams, right, winner of the 400-meter run at the 1936 Summer Olympics, was one of 18 black athletes on the U.S. squad at the Germany games. “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice” shows their experience during and after Berlin was not what might be expected.
Archie Williams, right, winner of the 400-meter run at the 1936 Summer Olympics, was one of 18 black athletes on the U.S. squad at the Germany games. “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice” shows their experience during and after Berlin was not what might be expected. Bettmann/CORBIS file
Archie Williams, right, winner of the 400-meter run at the 1936 Summer Olympics, was one of 18 black athletes on the U.S. squad at the Germany games. “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice” shows their experience during and after Berlin was not what might be expected. Bettmann/CORBIS file

‘Olympic Pride, American Prejudice’ gives fuller story of ’36 Games

January 11, 2017 5:54 AM

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