Nietta Dunn participated in a sit-in at the H.L. Green lunch counter in downtown Lexington in the early 1960s. At the time, blacks were allowed to buy food, but they had to stand or leave.
Nietta Dunn participated in a sit-in at the H.L. Green lunch counter in downtown Lexington in the early 1960s. At the time, blacks were allowed to buy food, but they had to stand or leave.
Nietta Dunn participated in a sit-in at the H.L. Green lunch counter in downtown Lexington in the early 1960s. At the time, blacks were allowed to buy food, but they had to stand or leave.

Four black photographers with Kentucky roots were witness to history

February 22, 2013 03:08 PM

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