Pictured from left, Ralph Abernathy, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Asbury Temple Methodist Church pastor Rev. Douglas Moore and N.C. Central University student Lacy Streeter visit the then-segregated lunch counter at Woolworth’s in downtown Durham on Feb. 16, 1960.
Pictured from left, Ralph Abernathy, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Asbury Temple Methodist Church pastor Rev. Douglas Moore and N.C. Central University student Lacy Streeter visit the then-segregated lunch counter at Woolworth’s in downtown Durham on Feb. 16, 1960. Jim Thornton The Herald-Sun, Feb. 16, 1960 file photo
Pictured from left, Ralph Abernathy, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Asbury Temple Methodist Church pastor Rev. Douglas Moore and N.C. Central University student Lacy Streeter visit the then-segregated lunch counter at Woolworth’s in downtown Durham on Feb. 16, 1960. Jim Thornton The Herald-Sun, Feb. 16, 1960 file photo

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