NAACP The meaning of Sit-Ins
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Two copies of "The meaning of the Sit-Ins" by Roy Wilkins dated September 1960. Print out of the pamphlet is a transcription of a speech Wilkins delivered on April 16, 1960 to the City Club Forum in Cleveland, Ohio.
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