Museum Review Essay The International Civil Rights Center and Museum: From Sitting In to Standing Up for Global Social Change

July 2011
North Carolina Historical Review;Jul2011, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p349
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An essay that reviews the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina is presented. It examines the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S., especially commenting on a 1960 sit-in of African American students from North Carolina A&T University at a lunch counter at Woolworth's department store in Greesnboro to protest racial segregation.


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