Translating the law of the land and the rule of morality on integration into practical terms is the goal that the Congress of Racial Equality set for itself when it was founded eighteen years ago.
Determination to press the sit-in and boycott movements against department and variety chains that have segregated lunch counters in their Southern stores was pledged here yesterday at several rallies.
The full solution of the problem of desegregating lunch counters at chain variety stores in the South will come “community by community,” Paul L. Troast, chairman of S.H. Kress Co., said yesterday.
ATLANTA, Jan. 28 — The Negro lunch-counter demonstrations that began a year ago next Wednesday have grown into a national protest movement against many forms of discrimination.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said here yesterday that Negro integration leaders would end the Freedom Rides when the Interstate Commerce Commission issued a blanket order against bus station segregation.