Greensboro Sit-In February 1960
By: Sarah Bunn-Bunn, Warehouse Mounce, Katie R, Mili A.
The Greensboro four sat down at a lunch counter in North Carolina. They sat there silent making a legendary moment. The four were African American they came and sat where they were forbidden to. They targeted the laws that prevented "them" from eating in whites only restaurants. They realized that their actions were monumental but they pushed on. Their bravery sparked these so called sit-ins all around the world.