HISTORY OF SIT-INS
The Civil Rights Movement Sit-Ins History were a non-violent way of protesting segregated restaurants used by a lot of black during the civil rights movement but, was challenging way to protest during that time. In 1960 the leader of The Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr had many non-violent ways to order a protest segregation such as the Bus Boycott in 1955-1956. On February 1, 1960 they used Sit-Ins that started with 4 african american college students who walked up to a white only lunch table at the local Woolworth's store in greensboro,North Carolina. The four students refused services and sat patiently despite the threats and waited quietly to be served. Since then Sit-Ins were born.