Protesters in Front Of Woolworth in Harlem

(Original Caption) 2/13/1960-New York, NY: Placard-carrying demonstrators mass in front of a Woolworth store in Harlem here Feb. 13 to protest lunch counter discrimination practiced in Woolworth stores in Greensboro, Charlotte and Durham, NC. The demonstrators, who belong to an organization known as "CORE" (Congress of Racial Equality), are urging Harlem residents not to patronize Wooloworth stores until discrimination ends in the stores in the three Southern cities.
(Original Caption) 2/13/1960-New York, NY: Placard-carrying demonstrators mass in front of a Woolworth store in Harlem here Feb. 13 to protest lunch counter discrimination practiced in Woolworth stores in Greensboro, Charlotte and Durham, NC. The demonstrators, who belong to an organization known as "CORE" (Congress of Racial Equality), are urging Harlem residents not to patronize Wooloworth stores until discrimination ends in the stores in the three Southern cities.
Protesters in Front Of Woolworth in Harlem
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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515180224
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Bettmann
Date created:
13 February, 1960
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