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Feb 1st, 1960, at F.W. Woolworth store in Greensboro, 4 college students sat down at a "whites only" counter and ordered coffee at 4:30 PM
After being denied coffee for sitting at the "whites only" counter, the four refused to move from their seats until the store closed at 5:00 PP
The four then went back to their college and recruited more students to fight against segregation and to join the cause
No More Segregation!!
On Feb. 3, 1960, after recruiting more than 60 students, one-third being female, they returned to the Greensboro store and sat down at every available counter seat
Though most were arrested for disturbing the peace or disorderly conduct, the act had a large and lasting impact, forcing Woolsworth and other establishments to change their policies
This event resulted in the growth of the anti-segregation act and help fight against segregation during it's time
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