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Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.

Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.   Here, they lie on Franklin Street, awaiting transportation to jail.

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Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.

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Photograph by Jim Wallace of Farrar, Clarence made on February 8, 1964.

Citation: Jim Wallace, “Before each sit-in, demonstrators had to agree to practice nonviolent resistance by going limp to neither assist nor resist arrest.,” From the Rock Wall, accessed November 29, 2021, https://fromtherockwall.org/images/before-each-sit-in-demonstrators-had-to-agree-to-practice-nonviolent-resistance-by-going-limp-to-neither.

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