Assembly 2013
International Civil Rights Center & Museum, Greensboro, NC
Discussion and Book Signing with RDLN Authors
RDLN graduate and Board member Shirley Sherrod (l), author of The Courage to Hope, and RDLN Graduate Meredith McGee, author of James Meredith: Warrior and the America that Created Him, at Discussion and Book Signing at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro. Museum Director Bamidele Demerson at rear.
RDLN Leader and Assembly host Martha Beatty presenting RDLN mug to Joe O'Neil, one of the original Freedom Four to sit down at the famous lunch counter housed in the museum, which is located in the historic Woolworth building in Greensboro. Martha is with Community Outreach Advocate in Raeford, NC.
Shirley Sherrod speaking at museum event
Joe O'Neil with RDLN graduate Leticia Carreo
Leticia works with the Bernalillo County Housing Authority
in New Mexico.
Meredith McGee speaking after the event was introduced by RDLN Board member John Zippert (standing), who recalled demonstrating outside of a New York Woolworth's at the age of fifteen during the sit-ins at the lunch counter in North Carolina.

Shirley Sherrod signing copies of her book

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