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February 26, 1961 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1961-02-26
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Southern

a.

Negroes

'Stand In' To

Integrate

Theatres

Students from Fisk University, Peabody College; Vanderbilt University and other Nash-
ville and other Nashville colleges participate in the demonstrations.

Photographs by David Giltrow

The picket leader is a Negro minister who says that order
was maintained by the demonstrators.

These pictures show the "new
look" in demonstrating against
racial discrimination in the
South. The demonstrations
shown here were directed
against segregated motion pic-
ture houses in Nashville, Tenn.
recently. Most of those going to
the theatre were not aware of
what was happening. It seemed
that the patrons did not object
to Negroes being admitted, and
early in the demonstration, one
Negro girl was admitted into
the theatre with no protest.

Theatre manager talks s
assistant, as Negroes wai
which is the symbol of a

Two patrons are turned away from a theat
re, closed because of the demonstration.

Before each de

a

church service

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