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         International Civil Rights:     more books (100)
  1. Civil Rights and Security (The International Library of Essays on Rights) by David Dyzenhaus, 2009-01-01
  2. Lecciones de Derecho Civil Internacional/ Lessons of International Civil Rights (Spanish Edition) by Mariano Aguilar Benitez De Lugo, Hilda Aguilar Grieder, et all 2006-10-06
  3. The Quest for Equality From Civil War to Civil Rights (International Library of Afro-American Life and History) by Charles H Wesley, 1976
  4. The quest for equality;: From Civil War to civil rights, (International library of Negro life and history) by Charles H Wesley, 1969
  5. The Quest For Equality - From Civil War to Civil Rights - International Library of Negro Like and History by Charles H Wesley, 1970
  6. The Quest for Equality. From Vivil War to Civil Rights. International Library of Negro Life and History by Charles Wesley, 1970-01-01
  7. International Politics and Civil Rights Policies in the United States, 1941-1960 by Azza Salama Layton, 2000-02-28
  8. Treaties Concluded in 1966: International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, International Covenant on Economic
  9. International implications of civil rights in America, by Arthur Larson, 1965
  10. Advisory opinion on the rights and obligations of international civil servants, by Henri Rolin, 1953
  11. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Cases, Materials, and Commentary by Sarah Joseph, Jenny Schultz, et all 2005-09-29
  12. The Right to a Fair Trial under the Universal Declaration Ofhuman Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - Background (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1)
  13. In Pursuit of an International Civil Tribunal on the Right to Self-determination: Collected Papers & Proceedings of the Second International Conference ... Nations, and International Civil Society by Y. N. Kly, 2006-12-20
  14. The International Bill of Rights: The Covenant on Civil and Political Rights by Louis Henkin, 1981-11

1. International Civil Rights Center And Museum, Greensboro, NC
The International Civil Rights Center and Museum in downtown Greensboro is in the original F.W. Woolworth building, site of the famous 1960 sitin. The museum is just a few miles
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that honors the freshmen who envisioned and carried out the sit-in on Feb. 1, 1960. African American Atelier : Seeks to promote an awareness, appreciation and sensitivity to the visual arts and culture of African Americans and to work in harmony with other ethnic groups. The Atelier provides a diverse range of exhibits, programs, activities and services for all age groups and ethnic backgrounds. Generally, admission to the gallery and its functions are free to the community and public. The Atelier exhibits only original art and presents six to eight exhibitions each year in its 2,000 square foot modern facility located in the Greensboro Cultural Center. Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum Charlotte Hawkins Brown Greensboro Historical Museum Mendenhall Plantation : An early 19th-century Quaker plantation that includes unique out-buildings, a museum and one of two existing false-bottom wagons used to transport runaway slaves during the time of the Underground Railroad. Sebastian Medical Museum The first free-standing African-American Medical Museum in the U.S. commemorates the success of Dr. Sebastian as well as countless others connected with the establishment of L. Richardson Memorial Hospital. The focus of the Sebastian House is to be a historical site where the general public can observe the dreams and visions contributed by African-American doctors and nurses to the Greensboro Community. The entire historical area consists of the Sebastian House and Garden, Grace Lutheran Church and L. Richardson Memorial Hospital. This historical triangle will serve as a live memorial of the success stories and contributions of African-American men and women in the Greensboro Community.

2. International Civil Rights Museum Opens Today In N.C. - Essence.com
ESSENCE.com received exclusive photos of the new International Civil Rights museum opening today in Greensboro, North Carolina, honoring four young men who staged a sitin at a
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On February 1, 1960, four brave college freshmen had enough with the segregation laws in Greensboro North Carolina . The North Carolina civil rights movement. Years later, the countertop is remembered as the Woolworth's lunch counter and the young men are called the Greensboro Four.
"In order to be courageous and strong to make a difference in this world, you don't have to be 7 foot tall and weigh 350 pounds, and dunk a basketball," says Representative Earl Jones of the North Carolina legislature, one of the founders of the historical museum. "You can simply be a young freshmen student and do something as simple as sitting down at a lunch counter and refuse to move. You can help shape America."

3. International Civil Rights Museum - Greensboro - Reviews Of International Civil
International Civil Rights Museum, Greensboro See 2 reviews, articles, and photos of International Civil Rights Museum, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 11 attractions in
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4. The International Civil Rights Center & Museum
The International Civil Rights Center and Museum is located in Greensboro, North Carolina. The museum building is the former location of the Woolworth's in which the Greensboro sit
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5. A Trip To The International Civil Rights Center & Museum | Statesville Record &
Downtown Greensboro is about an hour and a half drive, 71 miles, from downtown Statesville. Several months ago I wrote two articles on the beginning of the civil
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Published: August 22, 2010 Post a Comment winstonsalem_782:http://www2.statesville.com/news/2010/aug/22/a-trip-to-the-international-civil-rights-center-ar-341277/ Downtown Greensboro is about an hour and a half drive, 71 miles, from downtown Statesville
Several months ago I wrote two articles on the beginning of the civil rights movement in Statesville
At 4 p.m. on that date, Ezell A. Blair Jr. David Richmond Joseph McNeil and Franklin McCain , all students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Soon the sit-in was joined by students from Bennett College and Dudley High School . Some white students joined the ranks.By Feb. 5, there were 300 protesters in the dime store.
Woolworth store
eventually integrated its lunch counter on July 26, 1960, half a year after the first sit-in.
Although this had not been the first sit-in in North Carolina , the Greensboro
For the next six months, sit-ins and an economic boycott of the store by blacks opened the lunch counter to all.

6. The International Civil Rights Center & Museum
The The International Civil Rights Center Museum has turned the F.W. Woolworth building in Greensboro, N.C. into a monument to the power of human courage and its ability to
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7. The International Civil Rights Walk Of Fame | Red Room
The “Footsteps” of eleven new revered civil rights luminaries were added to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame on January 12, 2008 at the Martin Luther King, Jr
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8. International Civil Rights Center Museum Facebook
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9. New Civil Rights Museum Marks Historic Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-In - ABC New
Jan 30, 2010 On Monday, exactly 50 years after that historic act, the new International Civil Rights Center Museum opens in the former fiveand-dime store. Almost 16 years in the
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10. International Civil Rights Center & Museum | Downtown Greensboro, NC
International Civil Rights Museum rendering. International Civil Rights Center Museum. 134 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401 Telephone (336) 2749199
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Related Categories: Historic Sites Museums map it visit website The International Civil Rights Center Museum is located at the former Woolworth's building in downtown Greensboro at the corner of S. Elm Street and February One Place. A historical landmark and d efining moment in the civil rights struggle with sit-in at the Woolworth store lunch counter that refused to serve African-Americans. Lead by four college students, this non-violent protest helped launch the civil rights movement that culminated with the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. This museum will feature artifacts, photographs, and other memorabilia depicting the lunch counter sit-in as well as the civil rights movement. Please check website for events, updates and additional information. Nearby Attractions:

11. International Civil Rights Center And Museum, Greensboro, NC - VisitSouth.com
Civil Rights Museum opens at site of historic Greensboro Sitins
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12. International Civil Rights Center & Museum Announces 2010 Honorees -- GREENSBORO
International Civil Rights Center Museum Announces 2010 Honorees. Julian Bond, Tom Joyner among the honorees for the Museum's 50th Anniversary Gala.
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    Julian Bond, Tom Joyner among the honorees for the Museum's 50th Anniversary Gala GREENSBORO, N.C., Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ The (Museum) today announced honorees for its 50th Anniversary Gala and Banquet. This year's event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010 at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center in Greensboro, N.C. The Museum will recognize top honorees Julian Bond and Tom Joyner as part of the 50th anniversary celebration and grand opening. "We gather annually to honor the civil and human rights achievements of community leaders, corporations, organizations and individuals throughout the world," said Melvin "Skip" Alston, chairman and co-founder of the Museum. "This year's gala and banquet will be part of a three-day celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Greensboro sit-ins." The program will begin at 7 p.m. with High Point University President, major philanthropist and chairman of the 2010 gala

    13. Congresswoman Diane E. Watson Was Inducted Into The 2010 International Civil Rig
    February 04, 2010 Sentinel - February 26, 2010 - Congresswoman Diane E. Watson was inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame which is sponsored by the Trumpet
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    Sentinel; Los Angeles, Calif. February 26, 2010 Linked as: Summary Congresswoman Diane E. Watson was inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame which is sponsored by the Trumpet Awards Foundation, Inc. The event was created and designed by Xernona Clayton, Founder and Executive Producer of the renowned Trumpet Awards. Rep. Watson said "I am elated to be among the recipients of this year's prestigious award. I pledge to continue the fight for freedom, justice, quality education and affordable healthcare for all." The International Civil Rights Walk of Fame was created in 2004 to give recognition to the foot soldiers of justice who sacrificed and struggled to make equality a reality for all This extraordinary display has become one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city of Atlanta and has enriched the heritage of the civil rights movement.

    14. International Civil Rights Center & Museum
    The International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, is just a few miles from Proximity Hotel.
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    CBS News covers the opening of the Civil Rights Center! See our Packages page for our current Civil Rights Museum package. T www.sitinmovement.org More African-America Historic Sites in Greensboro
    that honors the freshmen who envisioned and carried out the sit-in on Feb. 1, 1960. African American Atelier : Seeks to promote an awareness, appreciation and sensitivity to the visual arts and culture of African Americans and to work in harmony with other ethnic groups. The Atelier provides a diverse range of exhibits, programs, activities and services for all age groups and ethnic backgrounds. Generally, admission to the gallery and its functions are free to the community and public. The Atelier exhibits only original art and presents six to eight exhibitions each year in its 2,000 square foot modern facility located in the Greensboro Cultural Center. Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum Charlotte Hawkins Brown Greensboro Historical Museum Mendenhall Plantation : An early 19th-century Quaker plantation that includes unique out-buildings, a museum and one of two existing false-bottom wagons used to transport runaway slaves during the time of the Underground Railroad. Sebastian Medical Museum The first free-standing African-American Medical Museum in the U.S. commemorates the success of Dr. Sebastian as well as countless others connected with the establishment of L. Richardson Memorial Hospital. The focus of the Sebastian House is to be a historical site where the general public can observe the dreams and visions contributed by African-American doctors and nurses to the Greensboro Community. The entire historical area consists of the Sebastian House and Garden, Grace Lutheran Church and L. Richardson Memorial Hospital. This historical triangle will serve as a live memorial of the success stories and contributions of African-American men and women in the Greensboro Community.

    15. CIVIL RIGHTS
    In addition, it has sponsored an annual International Civil Rights Museum Banquet where civil rights giants have been honored such as Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela, Rev. Jesse Jackson
    http://www.ncat.edu/Sit-In_News.pdf

    16. Museum Review - International Civil Rights Center And Museum
    Jan 31, 2010 The International Civil Rights Center and Museum opening Monday reminds us that a cataclysmic transformation took place over the right to be ordinary.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/01/arts/design/01museum.html

    17. Alex Koroknay-Palicz: How The New International Civil Rights Center And Museum P
    It would be certainly nice to have a place where the lessons and mistakes of the past were taught to the next generation. Sadly, the International Civil Rights Center and Museum
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    18. In Greensboro, Civil Rights Museum Opens At Sit-In Site : The Two-Way : NPR
    Feb 01, 2010 On Monday, in the same building that once housed the Woolworth's store, the International Civil Rights Center Museum opens. Here's her full report
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2010/02/in_greensboro_civil_rights_mus.html

    19. International Civil Rights Walk Of Fame
    About the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame
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    20. YouTube - International Civil Rights Museum
    The city of Greensboro, North Carolina, is voting on a bond for the International Civil Rights Center and Museum on November 6, 2006. This video explains why the Center and
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qBKMT_TRTQ

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