Do you have the right to serve whom you want with your own business? Were the restaurant Civil Rights “sit-ins” wrong?
00:00 Sun, Nov 25, 2012
01:48 Civil Rights sit-ins
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BOND Archive Sunday Service, November 25, 2012: Jesse Lee Peterson asks about the right of private business owners to discriminate based on race. During the so-called Civil Rights Movement, younger blacks led by the NAACP and others participated in “sit-ins” at private white restaurants and cafes, forcing owners to serve them. This always seemed wrong to Jesse as well as to older normal black Americans who don’t go where they’re not wanted.
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