Greensboro Lunch Counter, The

Greensboro Lunch Counter, The

Pryor, Shawn

Series: Artifacts from the American Past
Library Bound

On February 1,1960, four young Black men sat down at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, and staged a nonviolent protest against segregation. How did the lunch counter become a symbol of civil rights? Find out the answer to this question and more.

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Copyright: 2022
Size: 9 x 7
Pages: 48
Interest Grade: Grades 4-5
Classification: Nonfiction
AR: 6.1
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Dewey: 975.6
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 08-2021
ISBN: 9781496695802
Item #: 50058
Onhand Quantity : 33
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Price: $23.99

Key words: Capstone Press, U.S. History, Civil Rights, Smithsonian, Race Relations, African American, 1960, Primary Source, Informational Nonfiction, History
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