NAACP The meaning of Sit-Ins
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One pamphlet entitled, "The meaning of Sit-Ins" written by Roy Wilkins dated September 1960. Recounts the beginning of the sit-in protests staged at segregated lunch counter spaces. Wilkins traces the unfairness of unequal access to public spaces back to the Dred Scott rule and Plessy v. Ferguson. States that both the South and North are complicit in segregation.
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