Sport The History of Black Protest in Sport Questions? CONTACT Elspeth Arbow Stay up to date with all the latest news by joining our Docs For Schools email list. Back to Docs For Schools Today The History of Black Protest in Sport The New Yorker & RETROREPORT USA 2017 14 min WATCH NOW More Details In an NFL season marked by President Trump’s attacks on football players who have “taken a knee” during the national anthem, this doc explores the legacy of dissent in sports. Maiden D: Alex Holmes 2018 89 min WATCH NOW More Details Nzingha D: Anderson Wright 2016 5 min WATCH NOW More Details The Queen of Basketball D: Ben Proudfoot 2021 22 min WATCH NOW More Details Rainbow Ice D: Madison Thomas Canada 2020 8 min WATCH ON CBC GEM More Details Rocio and I D: Louise Monlaü USA, Mexico 2022 11 min WATCH NOW More Details The Story Behind the Iconic Olympic Protest VOX USA 2020 9 min WATCH NOW More Details In 1968, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, two Black track and field athletes for the USA came in 1st and 3rd in the 200 metre race in world record time. When they received their medals, as the USA national anthem played, they raised their arms in protest. Superfan: The Nav Bhatia Story D: Amar Wala Canada 2022 44 min WATCH ON CBC GEM More Details The incredible story of how a turbaned Indian immigrant's passion for his favorite sport and team took him on a journey from persecution to inclusion, inspiring an entire country along the way.