This black and white photograph depicts the F. W. Woolworth Company building in Greensboro, NC six months before the lunch counter sit-ins protesting business segregation. The view is looking north on South Elm Street. The photograph was taken on August 26, 1959, by Carol W. Martin of Martin's Studios in Greensboro. Photograph copyright by Carol W. Martin/Greensboro Historical Museum Collection (http://archives.greensborohistory.org/photographs)
Oral History Interview with Sarah Mendenhall Brown by William Chafe :: Civil Rights Greensboro Sarah Mendenhall Brown recollects school desegregation while she was a member of the Greensboro School Board in the 1950s. She describes the school board's preparation for and reaction to the 1954 Brown decision...
This photograph shows a presentation at the Black Power Forum which took place on the UNCG campus in November 1967. The three-day forum brought together speakers and panelists to discuss various aspects of the Black Power movement. This photograph appeared in the 1968 UNCG Pine Needles yearbook; the specific photographer is unknown.
[UNCG food service workers' strike] :: Civil Rights Greensboro