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Student sit-ins were also successful against segregation in public parks, swimming pools, theaters, churches, libraries, and museums In the early 1960s King led SCLC in a series of protest campaigns that gained national attention. An important one took place in 1961 in Albany, Georgia, where the SCLC joined local demonstrations against segregated restaurants and hotels...
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Student sit-ins were also successful against segregation in public parks, swimming pools, theaters, churches, libraries, and museums In the early 1960s King led SCLC in a series of protest campaigns that gained national attention. An important one took place in 1961 in Albany, Georgia, where the SCLC joined local demonstrations against segregated restaurants and hotels...
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