Sitting for Justice


The lunch counter was first display in 1995 as part of an exhibit called "Sitting for Justice: The Greensboro Sit-in of 1960." The materials on the left detailed the sit-ins in Greensboro in 1960 and the materials on the right represented the use of civil disobedience and non-violence in the struggle for racial justice around the world.


Images of Sitting for Justice Exhibit, Woolworth Lunch Counter (Accession No. 1994.0156), Office of the Registrar, National Museum of American History.