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The Greensboro Four sit at a Woolworth’s lunch counter on February 1, 1960, as a Woolworth’s employee works behind the counter.
Forty-five years ago, sitting at a Woolworth’s lunch counter sparked a revolution…
February 1, 1960: In one remarkable day, four Greensboro, North Carolina college freshmen changed the course of American history.  

FEBRUARY ONE brings the remarkable story of the Greensboro Four to life with historical footage, interviews and reenactments. Find out what sparked their bravery and where they are today.
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