Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.

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Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.   Here, they lie on Franklin Street, awaiting transportation to jail.

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Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.

Description

Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.   Here, they lie on Franklin Street, awaiting transportation to jail.

Subject

Farrar, Clarence

Type

Still Image

Creator

Jim Wallace

Date

1964-02-08

Format

JPG

Identifier

JW_IMG_8

Coverage

Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC, February 8, 1964

Citation

Jim Wallace, “Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.,” Marian Cheek Jackson Center Oral History Trust, accessed February 19, 2020, https://archives.jacksoncenter.info/JW/JW_IMG_8.