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Priscilla and I, and nine others, had been charged with ‘disturbing the peace,’ among other charges, because we tried to order food at Woolworth. If not for segregation, and the fact that we were all Negroes, we would have been served without incident. At our trial on March 17, 1960, Judge John Rudd ruled that our lawyers should ‘get off that race question.’

Patricia Stephens Due