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Protester at H. L. Green's

NAACP members picket the H.L. Green Company, one of four companies nationwide targeted for boycotts and picketing until the stores desegregated.
ca. 1962
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Two men picketing in front of Skillern's Drugs.
ca. 1963
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Protest at Skillern's Drugs
Lincoln Theater protest
S. R. Tankersley, with the Negro Moving Picture Machine Operators Union, protesting in front of the Lincoln Theater at 5414 Bexar Street. The theater was patronized solely by blacks but employed a white projectionist. Owners of the theater sued and won an injunction against the union to prevent them from using the word "Negro" on the pickets.
December 1949
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Protestors march in front of the Alberta Hotel.
n.d.
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Alberta Hotel March
First Oak Cliff Branch NAACP
Protest against the Poll tax led by Members of the First Oak Cliff Branch of the NAACP.
ca. 1965
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