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Danny Lyon 
Atlanta, Winter. A Toddle House in Atlanta has the distinction of being occupied during a sit-in by some of the most effective organizers in America when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate. 
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement] 
1963-1964 
  
Gelatin silver print 
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins 
  
Etherton Gallery 
 
LL/60810 
  
Atlanta, Winter. A Toddle House in Atlanta has the distinction of being occupied during a sit-in by some of the most effective organizers in America when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate. In the room are Taylor Washington, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Joyce Ladner, and John Lewis behind Judy Richardson, George Green, and Charles Neblett.
 
This photograph was included in the exhibition "Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement" (Etherton Gallery, February 4 March 15, 2014) 
 
 
  
 
  
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