Bring That Week Back: Remembering Malcolm Shabazz

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Charlotte Remembers 1963 Desegregation "Eat-In"

Fifty years ago, civil rights and white business leaders joined together for “eat-ins” at restaurants and hotels to desegregate the city’s upscale restaurants and hotels. The lunch on May 29, 1963 proved Charlotte as a city leading in transforming race relations in the south.  (Photo: AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

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