If you want to get your share of learning more about African- American history in the United Stated, then this is definitely for you! Our tour guide, Anita, was very animated and passionate about telling us the story about the 4 college kids who, in early 1960, went to the Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, where they refused to serve "colored people" during those times. It was great learning about the domino effect that this one event had, "spreading like wildfire through the south", as Anita had explained. For $10, this tour was definitely worth it! The audio-visuals used were very creative (e.g. Putting a projection on the "windows" of the lunch counter and showing a re-enactment of what happened during that historical day). The length of the tour was just enough and the information provided was organized in a chronological way, which I very much appreciate in this type of tour. Overall, I found this tour to be well-worth the time and money we had put into it. I recommend it very highly!
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