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US military officials are investigating an image of 16 black female cadets in uniform with their fists raised, which some say is a political act associated with African-Americans' quest for fair treatment under the law in the United States. The photo came under scrutiny when concerns were raised that the pose violates West Point's honor code, which mirrors the Defense Department's federal Hatch Act, in that it prohibits members of the military to participate in political activities while in uniform. The raised-fist image is now closely associated with the BlackLivesMatter movement, which swept the country in the wake of several high-profile police killings of unarmed black men.

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By Asher Kohn. B ernie Sanders took the stage in Des Moines last night and threw his right fist in the air. His The Uprising shows a gray-haired man — looking a little like a younger Bernie — leading a furious crowd, sleeves rolled up and a fist up high.

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Newton just minutes before his swearing-in ceremony. On Inauguration Day, Trump emerged from the Capitol Building, gave a thumbs-up, and then raised his right fist in the air. The incongruity of the fist was plain. Decades earlier, the raised fist was a signal of resistance associated with the Black Power movement.

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Sixteen black West Point cadets who posed with raised fists for a pre-graduation picture that sparked debates on race and proper behavior in uniform won't be punished for the gesture, the U. Military Academy said Tuesday. The decision, less than two weeks before the 16 female seniors are poised to graduate, found they didn't violate military rules limiting political activity.

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This day would be remembered forever by viewers, reporters, and Olympic officials not because Smith set a world record with a time of This event is remembered because, upon receiving their medals, Smith and Carlos each donned a black glove and, in an attempt to show solidarity and resistance in the face of a number of human rights violations, raised their gloved fists while the national anthem played. This site of memory, this gesture—the raising of a closed fist as a sign of black power —did not develop organically within the context of the Olympics.

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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The image of athletes making a bold political statement endures, and the declaration resonates to this day in the world of sports and far beyond. Their gesture was a show of defiance against oppression taking place at the height of the civil rights struggle in America.

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I saw this picture in the Guardian newspaper today, and thought you just have to look at this picture and marvel at the moment of cool, being expressed by a culture that is most definitely Black. Two European leaders, the Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte and the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, meeting on international platform with other leaders around greet each other as two Black men would do on the streets of Harlem, Brixton, Handsworth or Toxteth. Of course one could argue that once again the dominant hegemony is appropiating Black culture as if it were theirs which has occurred most infamously with Black music.

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The United States Military Academy has launched an inquiry into a photo showing 16 black female cadets in uniform with their fists raised. The image has spurred questions about whether the gesture violates military restrictions on political activity. West Point is looking into whether the photo broke any rules, Lt Col Christopher Kasker, a spokesman, said on Saturday. It is unclear how long the inquiry will take and too soon to say what consequences it could have for the cadets, who are poised to graduate on 21 May.

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