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Politics, Race, and Propaganda: The Nazi Olympics, Berlin 1936
We are proud to sponsor this exhibit, which opens October 19th at the California African American Museum. The exhibit is produced by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and presented by The Southern California Committee for the Olympic Games.
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Munich 72 & Beyond
a documentary film from The Foundation for Global Sports Development
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Anita DeFrantz Honored with 2016 Humanitarian Award
During the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio we held a ceremony and reception to honor Anita DeFrantz, our 2016 Humanitarian Award recipient.
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Peer-to-Peer Mentorship in Youth Sports
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The Foundation for Global Sports Development strives to be a leader in the sports community by delivering and supporting initiatives that promote fair play, education, and the physical and developmental benefits of sports for youth around the world.
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Jesse Owens is well known in his own right for his accomplishments and world records as an American Track & Field athlete....
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September
Munich ’72 and Beyond, a searing account of the Munich Olympic Massacre and subsequent 43-year fight for recognition by the...
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September
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are upon us! The opening ceremony is tonight, and then for the next 11 days we get to witness...