Peter Norman movie/book giveaway and Matt Norman interview

'Salute' movie posterThe black power salute at the 1968 Mexico Olympics became one of the most iconic images of the 20th century.

What part did the Melbourne man who had just won the Silver Medal, Peter Norman, play in this historic moment, and what price did he pay for standing up for his beliefs?

Salute is the highly charged documentary about an incredible true story, revealing an unsung Australian hero.

WIN: Eureka Street has five prize packs to give away, each containing a double pass to see Salute and a copy of the Peter Norman biography A Race to Remember. For a chance to win, email by 12pm Monday, 14 July.

LISTEN to Tim Kroenert's interview with Salute director and Peter Norman's nephew, Matt Norman

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Topic tags: tim kroenert, matt norman, 1968 olympics, mexico, peter norman, black power salute


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