Jackie Robinson's legacy is what people remember today. He paved the way for many athletes from minorities too make it big in professional baseball. He also proved blacks could do the same activities as whites with equal skill. Baseball honors the contributions he made to baseball and America on April 15th where all the players around the league wear his number.
The next day the four students walked into Woolworth's lunch counter which was a highly segregated store in Greensboro, North Carolina. This was a store where black people could buy anything around the stores but there money was no good for food as they could not get served at a table. However, that day, the Greensboro four walked into the white only section and sat. They demanded service and sat quietly.
After constantly being denied service the Greensboro four refused to move. They often brought books to study. However, more people started joining the four young men as soon dozens were in the white only section. When this occurred, whites started taking action by pouring food and drinks on the head of the black people. They did not budge.