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What was the significance of the Greensboro sit-in to the civil rights movement? It inspired sit-ins all over the South. It resulted in desegregation of a lunch counter. It received the attention of local officials. It was the first sit-in of the civil rights movement.

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Greensboro Sit-In. On February 1, 1960, four African-American students of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University sat at a white-only lunch counter inside a Greensboro, North Carolina Woolworth's store.

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