How a demand for lunch fueled the push for rights
How the simple act of civil disobedience, most notably by a group of NCA&T students, became fuel for the greater civil rights movement.
Welcome to Greensboro
A young activist takes us on a journey to her home city of Greensboro 1 year before the opening of the International Civil Rights Museum. The Museum opened yesterday.
Lucky Citizen Designs Monument to Greensboro 4
“It is good to do something for those four guys,” Jenkins said about the sit-in participants – Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil, David Richmond and Jibreel Khazan (formerly Ezell Blair Jr.).
Greensboro Celebrations to Mark Sit-In Anniversary
Celebrations throughout January and on Feb. 1 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Greensboro sit-ins and the opening of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum.