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In early February 1960, people demonstrate to oppose racial segregation outside the Kress department store in Greensboro, NC. Some hold signs reading “WANTED: EQUAL RIGHTS” and “ELIMINATE THE DOUBLE STANDARD.” The protest began as a sit-in at the nearby Woolworth lunch counter, when four African-American students from A&T College sat in seats designated for whites.
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In early February 1960, people demonstrate to oppose racial segregation outside the Kress department store in Greensboro, NC. Some hold signs reading “WANTED: EQUAL RIGHTS” and “ELIMINATE THE DOUBLE STANDARD.” The protest began as a sit-in at the nearby Woolworth lunch counter, when four African-American students from A&T College sat in seats designated for whites.

Photography unattributed.

Tagged: civil rights movement  1960  protest  demostration  politics  double standards   Notes: 4




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