On Feb. 1, 1960, four NC A&T University students catapulted Greensboro into the national spotlight and catalyzed the Sit-In Movement with an act of tremendous courage.

55 years later, Greensboro’s civil rights leaders are building on the past with the tools of today to make their voices heard. Learn more in Molly McGinn’s forthcoming cover story, for the Feb. 11 issue of Triad City Beat.

[Pictured: Alexis Anderson, April Parker, Irving Allen and Kristen Jeffers. Photo by Stephen Charles, in the lobby of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in downtown Greensboro.]

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