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History Museum

International Civil Rights Center & Museum

27 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Position
134 South Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
Telefon+1 336-274-9199
Drifttimmar statusStängt · Öppnar Wednesday 10:00 AM

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Traci
Traci
November 25, 2018
Where the Sit-In Movement all began, February 1, 1960, by the "Greensboro Four"....See actual lunch counter chairs from the Woolworth's Store on Elm Street, at the actual spot where the store was located all those years ago!
Irish
Irish
October 31, 2018
Started a few miles when 4 A&T students sat down at Woolworths diner
Nicole
Nicole
October 22, 2018
Powerful civil rights museum in the former Woolworth's where African American students staged a peaceful sit-in after being refused service.
Anne
Anne
October 09, 2018
February 1, 1960, is an important date in U.S. history, and we get to revisit it right here in downtown Greensboro. Visit this Woolworths-turned-museum to gain a first-hand view into the space that sparked the sit-in movement in the 60's.
Julie
Julie
October 06, 2018
Greensboro was a place known for it's historic connection to the Civil Rights movement. A must see.