A lunch counter demonstration at a Columbia Main Street shop in March 1960. African-Americans were allowed to shop in the store but weren’t allowed to sit at the counters for lunch.
A lunch counter demonstration at a Columbia Main Street shop in March 1960. African-Americans were allowed to shop in the store but weren’t allowed to sit at the counters for lunch. THE STATE FILE PHOTOGRAPH
A lunch counter demonstration at a Columbia Main Street shop in March 1960. African-Americans were allowed to shop in the store but weren’t allowed to sit at the counters for lunch. THE STATE FILE PHOTOGRAPH

SC ETV documentary calls for racial reconciliation

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