'The Real Hoosiers': Crispus Attucks High's historic wins

Veteran Sports Illustrated journalist Jack McCallum joins Edge of Sports to discuss the Crispus Attucks team's historic wins, which is the subject of his book, The Real Hoosiers.

The study of the role played by sports in social change often focuses on the professional sphere, or on high-profile events like the Olympics. But in 1950s Indiana, the all-Black Crispus Attucks High School basketball team struck a pioneering blow for the end of racial segregation after winning two state championship victories shortly after the state integrated its sports.

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