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  • Now the nonviolence movement — or, as Stokely Carmichael had put it, "this nonviolence bullshit" — was over, and Rudd, as he stood on Morningside Drive smelling smoke, was looking forward to a new age of Black Power.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Sister Madonna has just opened a new age group and set a fourth age-group record!

    The Grace to Race

  • While my long-standing record for women 60–64, which I had held for thirteen years, and my eleven-year record for 65–69 were being broken during this same race, I was happy now to set the record for yet a new age group of 75–79 for women.

    The Grace to Race

  • All people will be governed together, and will enter a new age of prosperity together-under the Imperial Order.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • With the 2005 Canadian Ironman coming up on August 28, my goal was to open up a new age group for women seventy-five to seventy-nine, a group that had never before existed at an Ironman distance of 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, and 26.2-mile run.

    The Grace to Race

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