Jack Johnson — pardoned by Trump — fought hard against racism
On Oct. 17, 1912, a woman identified only as “Mrs. F. Cameron-Falconet” went to the Clark Street police station and, as the Tribune reported, asked the Chicago cops to rescue her daughter, 19 and white, “from the clutches of Jack Johnson, Negro heavyweight champion pugilist.” That opened a racial...
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