Lindsay Webster donated a plaque that was mounted Tuesday outside the Spartanburg building where Woolworth’s five and dime once stood. The plaque commermorates a group of black youths who sat at the store’s lunch counter in 1960 to protest the store’s all-white lunch counter service policy
Lindsay Webster donated a plaque that was mounted Tuesday outside the Spartanburg building where Woolworth’s five and dime once stood. The plaque commermorates a group of black youths who sat at the store’s lunch counter in 1960 to protest the store’s all-white lunch counter service policy
Lindsay Webster donated a plaque that was mounted Tuesday outside the Spartanburg building where Woolworth’s five and dime once stood. The plaque commermorates a group of black youths who sat at the store’s lunch counter in 1960 to protest the store’s all-white lunch counter service policy

Plaque commemorates 1960 Woolworth’s sit-in

September 22, 2015 06:54 PM