This week in southern history, we go all the way back to July 11, 1960, and here’s what the world looked like then!: The lunch counter at a Greensboro Woolworth’s becomes the center of controversy when four Black students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University stage a sit-in to protest segregation. In the event that there are any right-wing fundamentalists reading this story, THAT is what persecution ACTUALLY looks like. Just thought you’d wanna know since you seem to be confused on the subject:)
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