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Join the Greensboro Student Sit-Ins at the American History Museum

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Uploaded on Mar 2, 2009

Meet Samuel P. Leonard, a civil rights activist in 1960, just after the Greensboro sit-in began. Take part in a training session, based on an actual 1960s manual, to prepare you for your first sit-in. Decide for yourself if you would have the bravery to fight for justice during the Civil Rights Movement.
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