Greensboro 4

That Woolworth department store has now become the The International Civil Rights Center and Museum commemorating the efforts of the Greensboro Four who returned to the lunch counter the next day and sat, without being served, as they were heckled. Their powerful protest against segregation laws became a strategy used by others in cities throughout the South. It was months later, in July 1960 that the Woolworth stores began to serve blacks at an integrated lunch counter

That Woolworth department store has now become the The International Civil Rights Center and Museum commemorating the efforts of the Greensboro Four who returned to the lunch counter the next day and sat, without being served, as they were heckled. Their powerful protest against segregation laws became a strategy used by others in cities throughout the South. It was months later, in July 1960 that the Woolworth stores began to serve blacks at an integrated lunch counter