One of the methods of non-violent protest against segregation, taught by Martin Luther King and others in the Civil Rights Movement, was the practice of sit-ins at restaurants and coffee shops. African-Americans, often students, quietly sat down in businesses or sections reserved for white patrons, requesting service. Photograph by Vic Tutte, in Columbia in the 1960s.
Courtesy of "The State" newspaper.
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