|Name :||Woolworth's Sit - In Demonstration (AA-Civil Rights-BUS-FNJW008 - 8 copy.jpg)|
|File Path :||http://www.npl.lib.va.us/absoluteig/gallery/African_American_Experience/Civil_Rights_Movement/AA-Civil Rights-BUS-FNJW008 - 8 copy.jpg|
|Description :||The lunch counter in the Woolworth's Store on Granby Street where 38 young African-Americans held a peaceful sit-in demonstration to protest the segregated lunch counter. Several of them had school books while others were dress in ROTC uniforms from Norfolk Virginia State College. They started at 5:30 pm and ended at 6:10pm when they all left peacefully.
|Keywords :||African American, Civil Rights, Business, Woolworth's Store, Granby Street, Sit-In Demonstrations,|
|Copyright :||The Virginian Pilot|
|Credit :||Perry Breon|
|Source :||Virginian Pilot Photo Archives|
|Date Created :||2/12/1960|
|Uploaded By :||TV|
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