23 Troubling Pictures From Sit-Ins During The 1960s

23 Troubling Pictures From Sit-Ins During The 1960s

 23 Troubling Pictures From Sit-Ins During The 1960s

Civil rights leaders gather on the campus of Atlanta University, later renamed Clark Atlanta University, to discuss sit-in protests, in May 1960. From left, top row: Bernard Lee, Dave Forbes, Henry Thomas, Lonnie C. King Jr., James Lawson; middle row: Virginius Thornton, Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker, Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Penn; and bottom row: Clarence Mitchell, Marion Barry.


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