African American Students Read in Jail Cell

(Original Caption) 3/15/1960- Atlanta, GA: Some of the Negro College girls arrested in a city-wide wave of restaurant sit-down demonstrations occupy a female detention room at the city jail. Many of them are studying college textbooks. An apparently well planned series of segregation protests came almost simultaneously at some ten public eating places. (ORIGINAL CAPTION)
(Original Caption) 3/15/1960- Atlanta, GA: Some of the Negro College girls arrested in a city-wide wave of restaurant sit-down demonstrations occupy a female detention room at the city jail. Many of them are studying college textbooks. An apparently well planned series of segregation protests came almost simultaneously at some ten public eating places. (ORIGINAL CAPTION)
African American Students Read in Jail Cell
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Bettmann / Contributor
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515177676
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Bettmann
Date created:
15 March, 1960
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