In this documentary, learn about the early career of Jesse Owens and how, even with his success in the 1936 Olympics, he had difficulty finding his place in the United States, a country still grappling with racism itself. Also covered in the film are Hitler's ambitions for the Olympics, Western democratic nations' push to boycott the Games, and the pressure for Owens to participate. From PBS.
- 1 disc
- Total run time approximately 60 minutes
- Not Rated