What do we mean by social inequality?
The Situation Tourism is St. Augustine is still thoroughly segregated, and they intend to hold a segregated celebration, with Blacks kept firmly "in their place. They were met with arrests and Ku Klux Klan violence. After the Klan threatened to murder movement leader Dr.
Robert Hayling, he declared he would defend himself.
Goldie Eubanks and three others were indicted for murder. With a filibuster now blocking the Civil Rights Bill in the Senate, and opponents trying to reframe the debate as one of states-rights and government regulation of business rather than human rights and social justice, SCLC seeks to keep the focus on racism, segregation, and the brutality of the Jim Crow system.
Augustine chapter renews protests against segregation and KKK violence, calling for: An ongoing biracial committee to address long-standing issues of discrimination 2. An end to segregation of public accommodations 3. Hiring of Black policemen, firemen, and city workers 4.
Dropping the charges against those arrested for nonviolently exercising their right of free speech to protest against injustice. At the suggestion of Rev. Clergy, college chaplains from Smith and Amherst, seminarians, and students from colleges such as Harvard, Yale, and Mount Holyoke come to St.
Augustine over spring break to support the protests. Lee and Williams lead a large protest on March 26th, and two days later more than 25 people are arrested for sitting-in at segregated establishments. Barbara Allen asks to be served, "Coffee, black like me," and is immediately arrested. She is placed in the back of a car next to a snarling police dog and charged with, "Inciting a riot" and "Conspiracy to overthrow the American Government.
Most of those arrested are Black citizens of St. Augustine, but some are northern supporters including a delegation of Rabbis. In counterpoint, segregationist whites terrorize the few white-owned businesses that seem ready to serve Blacks.
Mary Parkman Peabody, 72 years old, whose son is Governor of Massachusetts. More than Black high-school students, along with some northern supporters, nonviolently march and they are all arrested. When they ask to be served at the Ponce de Leon Restaurant, Mrs.
Peabody, two other northerners, and five Black women from St. Georgia Mae Reed, Mrs. Peabody is being locked in a cell, Movement leader Mrs. Katherine "Kat" Twine who had been arrested earlier tells her: The arrest of Mrs. Peabody, Yale Chaplain William Sloan Coffin, and other prominent northerners creates a media sensation far greater than the coverage given to the arrests of more than Black protesters.
Newspaper, TV, and radio journalists flock to St.
Augustine and events there are reported side-by-side with the ongoing filibuster in the U. When spring break ends, the students and campus chaplins return to New England. Hundreds have endured jail, faced vicious police dogs, been burned by cattle prods, and suffered from KKK brutality, yet nothing has changed.
Attendance at mass meetings dwindles and few are willing to be arrested on new sit-ins. Augustine Mayor Joe Shelley, a supporter of the extreme right-wing John Birch Society, assures reporters that there are no racial problems in his city and in the Black community morale is at low ebb.
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