In 1968, the Cardinals blew a 3-1 lead to the Tigers, and the country was a disaster.
Unlike in 2013, when police beat journalists and made arbitrary arrests, few uniformed officers were present as an estimated 25,000 protesters gathered for the annual march recalling the 1968 Tlatelolco massacre.
1968 was a very bad year for baseball on the South Side
Haskell Wexler's "Medium Cool" is the first film in our six-month screening series at Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema
Tommie had an interesting story to tell. He says it was a fist raised for the world, not just Black Americans. And he spoke a lot in the third person because he's a badass.