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GREENSBORO LUNCH COUNTER

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Mr. Stack

on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of GREENSBORO LUNCH COUNTER

On February 1 960, in Woolworths lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina 4 college students by the name of Ezell A. Blair Jr.( now Jibreel Khazan, Franklin E. Mcain, Joseph A. Mcneil, and David L. Richmond.
These are what the Greensboro lunch counter looked like.It also has a news article.
It was at the start of the Civil Rights Movement which was a protest on civil rights for black people who were being treated unfairly.
There were many people involved with the sit-ins started by the Greensboro lunch counter.
On the second day two more people came and by a couple of weeks 100 people came!
GREENSBORO LUNCH COUNTER
This is a news paper article of the result of the Greensboro lunch counter sit down.
This is a statue commemorating the Greensboro lunch counter sit-down.

The Greensboro lunch counter was taken out of Woolworths and now is in the Smithsonian institute.
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