Black 14 photo 2 - secondary

Former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson goes in for a hug with Tony McGee, member of the Black 14, during a ceremony unveiling a plaque commemorating the Black 14 on War Memorial Stadium Friday afternoon. Simpson said in his speech he considers McGee a close friend, and he felt "offended at the lack of due process" for the Black 14 and the plaque "makes me feel damn proud." The ceremony also featured speeches by Black 14 member John Griffin and University of Wyoming Director of Athletics Tom Burman (right).

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