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  • Greensboro Alabama, January 1960
  • We should plan a sit-in!
  • Right. I'm tired of all this racism here in Greensboro
  • We have to do something about this racial inequality
  • I hope this bus hurries, I got to use the restroom
  • The bus ride to school
  • Remember what Ghandi did? We could be just like him!
  • YES! We just peacefully protest and we sit and wait. 
  • After school February 1st 1960
  • We will march down to Woolworths and stay until our voices are heard
  • Ezell Blair Jr., David Richmond, Franklin McCain and Joseph McNeil plan a sit-in to stop the segregation in America
  • Woolworths
  • Influenced by non-violent protests by Mohandas Gandhi as well as Freedom Rides from CORE. They would sit in the segregated part of the lunch counter at the Woodworth cafe in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Outside
  • The four students plan their protest at Woolworths. They would sit in the segregated part of the lunch counter at the Woodworth cafe in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina. They would refuse to leave and give up their seats after being denied service
  • July 1960 Woolworths
  • The four peacefully protest sitting quietly refusing to get up, even though the police were called and people were gathered outside very angrily.
  • The angry mob and police outside of Woolworths
  • At the end of July in 1960 four black Woolworth’s employees Geneva Tisdale, Susie Morrison, Anetha Jones and Charles Best were the first to be served as they had changed their cafe to integrated
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