The Track Star Who Beat The Nazis At Their Own Games
Despite his overwhelming victory, he was treated like a second-class citizen when he returned to America.
Despite winning four Olympic gold medals and breaking three world records, when Jesse Owens returned home to the United States, he was treated like a second-class citizen.
This week on the Notcast, come back to the Berlin Olympics of 1936 as we introduce you to an amazing young track star named Jesse Owens—a track star who wanted to defeat the Nazis at their own Olympic Games.
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