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Reflecting on the Greensboro Four sixty years later

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Sixty years ago, four African American students held a sit-in at a whites-only counter in Greensboro, North Carolina. The peaceful protest set of a series of larger student sit-ins across the country amid the civil rights movement. Watch as Retired Major General Joseph McNeil, one of the original Greensboro 4, reflects on the impact.