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One of the sit-in leaders has said: `` Nobody from the top of Heaven to the bottom of Hell can stop the march to freedom.
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* Ezell A. Blair, Jr., One of The Greensboro Four, male African-American student from North Carolina A & T State University who in 1960 started the first civil rights sit-in ; action eventually led to lunch counters and restaurants being desegregated throughout the Southern United States, attended Dudley.
* Franklin McCain, One of The Greensboro Four, male African-American student from North Carolina A & T State University who in 1960 started the first civil rights sit-in ; action eventually led to lunch counters and restaurants being desegregated throughout the Southern United States, attended Dudley.
* Joseph McNeil, One of The Greensboro Four, male African-American student from North Carolina A & T State University who in 1960 started the first civil rights sit-in ; action eventually led to lunch counters and restaurants being desegregated throughout the Southern United States
* David Richmond, One of The Greensboro Four, male African-American student from North Carolina A & T State University who in 1960 started the first civil rights sit-in ; action eventually led to lunch counters and restaurants being desegregated throughout the Southern United States, attended Dudley.
Kingston gained prominence in 1998 when she led a sit-in of journalists at the federal election campaign launch of the One Nation Party in the Queensland town of Gatton.
The sit-in lasted for 25 hours, with the central issue being a newly implemented " One Florida " plan to end official race / gender preferences in state government.
The two lawmakers and Bush signed a statement outlining an agreement they reached after meeting with Bush about his One Florida plan to replace affirmative action, according to an AP report on the sit-in in 2000.
One week before the show was to launch, National Sports Report sports anchor Chris Rose was called to help sit-in and host one of the show test runs.
The street south of the site was named February One Place, in commemoration of the date of the first Greensboro sit-in.
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One day, Ching had told him ( smiling, patting him on the back ) as they walked to the weekly conference of squad leaders, `` Keep it up, your squad is good, one of the best, keep it up, keep up the good work ''.
One student of Ethiopia, Donald N. Levine, points out that for the Italians Adwa " became a national trauma which demagogic leaders strove to avenge.
One of its leaders, Joaquín Infante, drafted Cuba's first constitution, declaring the island a sovereign state, presuming the rule of the countries ' wealthy, maintaining slavery as long as it was necessary for agriculture, establishing a social classification based on skin colour and declaring Catholicism the official religion.
One of the Catuvellaunian leaders, Togodumnus, was killed, but his brother Caratacus survived to continue resistance elsewhere.
" One month after Yalta, the Soviet NKVD arrested 16 Polish leaders wishing to participate in provisional government negotiations, for alleged " crimes " and " diversions ", which drew protest from the West.
In May 2010 leaders and individuals from the various Tuscarora factions in the Robeson County area came together to form the Tuscarora Nation One Fire Council ( TNOFC ).
One day Abraham departs for Rome, telling Giannotto that he wants to see the leaders of the Church – the Pope and the Curia – to decide whether or not he wants to convert.
One day in 1965, later called the Great Lesson of Yamoussoukro, he visited the plantations with the leaders of the county, inviting them to transpose to their own villages the efforts and agricultural achievements of the region.
Simon M. Kapwepwe and Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula who before the declaration of a One Party State had been leaders of the UPP and ANC political parties respectively, had joined UNIP with the intention of challenging for the Presidency.
One of the leaders of the silver movement was Illinois Governor Altgeld ; a native of Germany, he was constitutionally barred from the presidency by his foreign birth.
One of the leaders of this movement, Sir Grantley Adams, founded the Barbados Labour Party in 1938, then known as the Barbados Progressive League.
One of the leaders of this movement, Sir Grantley Adams, founded the Barbados Progressive League ( now the Barbados Labour Party ) in 1938.
After a series of victories over rival subsect leaders and Tibetan invaders, Ngawang Namgyal took the title shabdrung ( At Whose Feet One Submits, or, in many Western sources, Dharma Raja ), becoming the temporal and spiritual leader of Bhutan.
One of the protest's key leaders, Wang Dan, during a hunger strike, publicly scolded Li on National Television for ignoring the needs of the people.
One of the student leaders of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, Shen Tong, author of Almost a Revolution, has a positive view of some aspects of the Cultural Revolution.
One of her political cartoons achieved a brief international fame: she drew Adolf Hitler as a crying baby in diapers, surrounded by Neville Chamberlain and other great European leaders, who tried to calm the baby down by giving it slices of cake – Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, etc.
One of the most criticized measures of his administration was the pardon he granted on December 29, 1990, to Jorge Videla, Emilio Massera, Leopoldo Galtieri and other leaders of the 1976 – 83 dictatorship convicted in the 1985 Trial of the Juntas, and some guerrilla leaders as well, on the grounds of " national reconciliation ".
One of the party's leaders, Walter Rodney, and several professors at the University of Guyana were arrested on arson charges.
One of the leaders of the overthrow movement was Lorrin A. Thurston who played baseball with classmate Alexander Cartwright III at Punahou School.
On mainland China, the PRC government has on the surface adopted a neutral policy on Taiwanization and its highest level leaders publicly proclaim it does not consider the Taiwanization movement to be either a violation of its One China Policy or equivalent to the independence movement.
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One girl describes her past, her succession of broken marriages, the abortions she has had and finally confesses that she loves sex and sees no reason why she must justify her passion.
One of the most salient features of literary value has been deemed to be its influence upon and organization of emotion.
One reason is, of course, that the new scepticism has been willing to maintain the general picture of the invasions as portrayed in the traditional sources.
One of the inescapable realities of the Cold War is that it has thrust upon the West a wholly new and historically unique set of moral dilemmas.
One seldom hears the analogy `` nuclear propulsion will do for the aircraft what it has already done for the submarine ''.
Chapter 8, is entitled `` On Magnetism '' and in it are included such remarks as, `` One has always been tempted to compare the magnetic forces with the electrical forces.
One or two of the schools have a five year curriculum, but the usual pattern of American education has limited most of them to the four-year plan which seems to be the minimum in acceptable institutions.
One of the proteases has pH optimum of about 3.7 and another of about 5.7 ( McQuillan, Stanley and Trikojus, 1954 ; ;
One thing should be clear to both husband and wife -- neither pain nor profuse bleeding has to occur when the hymen is ruptured during the first sex act.
One veracious woman tells me she has used thin potato parings for both corns and calluses on her feet and they remove the pain or `` fire ''.
One has to talk confidentially with some of the directors of vocational high schools to realize that a boy cannot just say, `` I want to be a plumber '', and then, by doing good work, find a job.
One is that whatever is ecumenical has to do with some over-all organization at `` the top '' and needs only to be understood at the so-called `` lower levels ''.
One of the hardest chores a detective has is hanging around on a city street, trying to make himself inconspicuous, keeping an eye on the entrance of an office building and waiting.
One of Nikita Khrushchev's most enthusiastic eulogizers, the U.S.S.R.'s daily Izvestia, enterprisingly interviewed Red-prone Comedian Charlie Chaplin at his Swiss villa, where he has been in self-exile since 1952.
One of our foremost jurists, David Dudley Field, has gone so far as to call this provision `` the greatest achievement ever made in the course of human history ''.