Members of the Miami Contemporary Dance Company strike a pose in front of a mural paying tribute to four-time Olympic gold-medalist Jesse Owens before giving tango classes at the Overtown Youth Center. Owens, the celebrated track star of the 1936 Berlin Games, is being memorialized by the center with the mural, which was unveiled Monday. Story, Page 3.
Members of the Miami Contemporary Dance Company strike a pose in front of a mural paying tribute to four-time Olympic gold-medalist Jesse Owens before giving tango classes at the Overtown Youth Center. Owens, the celebrated track star of the 1936 Berlin Games, is being memorialized by the center with the mural, which was unveiled Monday. Story, Page 3. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD Staff
Members of the Miami Contemporary Dance Company strike a pose in front of a mural paying tribute to four-time Olympic gold-medalist Jesse Owens before giving tango classes at the Overtown Youth Center. Owens, the celebrated track star of the 1936 Berlin Games, is being memorialized by the center with the mural, which was unveiled Monday. Story, Page 3. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD Staff

Olympic track star Jesse Owens’ legacy lives on in Overtown Youth Center mural

March 31, 2015 04:58 PM

UPDATED April 07, 2015 01:53 PM

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