African Americans picketing in Raleigh, North Carolina, outside of the Sir Walter Hotel (1963)

African Americans Picketing Outside of the Sir Walter Hotel ( Raliegh NC,1963)

Determination wins over fear as African Americans protest for equal rights in Raleigh in spite of the widely publicized mistreatment of persons of color in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963. One of the protest signs states, "Will Raleigh become another Birmingham?" This image is copyrighted and owned by News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina. Do not use this image without permission of the N&O. All rights reserved.

This is an image of African Americans picketing in Raleigh, North Carolina, outside of the Sir Walter Hotel in 1963.
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News and Observer. "African Americans picketing Sir Walter Hotel." 1963. From News and Observer Photograph Files. State Archives of North Carolina. http://digital.ncdcr.gov/cdm/singleitem/collection/p16062coll17/id/495/r... (accessed August 6, 2018).

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