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        Atlanta's Example | Georgia Stories

        The Civil Rights movement brought great upheaval and change to American society. Southern cities like Birmingham and Nashville witnessed violence and hostility, but Atlanta was different. The end of segregation in Atlanta began in 1960 with a series of sit-ins and boycotts organized by students from the six colleges in the Atlanta University complex. Atlanta students decided to challenge segregation and focus on integrating public accommodations and lunch counters.

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