The Negro sit-in campaigns to achieve equality in sitting down at lunch counters won three more victories last week. Variety stores (all of them national chains: Woolworth, Kress, Grant) in Durham, N.C., Chattanooga, Tenn., and Miami, Fla. opened counters to all customers without discrimination. Since the sit-in movement began last February in Greensboro N.C., counters have been desegregated in 32 other cities and counties in the South and the border states:
Kansas: Kansas City.
Missouri: Jefferson City, St. Joseph.
North Carolina: Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Concord, Elizabeth City, Greensboro, High...