Fifty years ago, in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Civil Rights Movement took a leap forward with the lunch counter sit-in movement that helped to end segregation in public places. These sit-ins began with a multiracial group of blacks and whites standing together to end Jim Crow segregation.
In 2010, AWARE-LA will launch the Greensboro Project to carry on this legacy. The project currently includes:
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Story Telling Project
The video below explains why AWARE-LA is working with Greensboro Project to build an alliance of white anti-racist people working together to combat racism within ourselves, local communities, and the world. If this interests you, please get involved.
White Power USA – an investigation of the white nationalist movement by filmmakers Rick Rowley and Jacquie Soohen.