Race and dating
While we do see a reflection of the ongoing argument over whether it's more important to take a stand than to overcome adversity through accomplishment, the theme isn't sufficiently played out.Overall, the film effectively tells the dual stories implied by its title, while it educates and inspires, and it has its thrilling moments, but it runs past issues that would have been better served by a deep dive (if you'll excuse the mixed sports metaphor).
Owens now has the same debate within himself as the U. Olympic Committee had on behalf of all the athletes.
Okay, but if those Igbo are now minorities in Europe, well the women are far darker than all the other women, so that is a problem.
Also, although black American (African American women) are American, they have a subculture that is more matriarchal and tends to produce more aggressive women.
In the 1930s, Jesse Owens is a young man who is the first in his family to go to college.
Going to Ohio State to train under its track and field coach, Larry Snyder, the young African American athlete quickly impresses with his tremendous potential that suggests Olympic material.