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Created tensions and conflicts within African-American families and communities Many parents, who had taught their children that the way to sucees was through hard work, dedication, and perseverance, were angered to learn that their kids were taking shortcuts to level the playing field between whites and blacks During sit-ins, black kitchen workers feared that the protestors would produce trouble and cause the workers to lose their jobs. They would not serve the protestors, although they were African-Americans enduring the same hardships. This just shows that not all blacks were in one accord when it came to the fight for injustice. Since many of the sit-ins were conducted by college students, many of their respective colleges and universities would reprimand them harshly. For instance, the President of Southern University virtually expelled all the students and made them really for admission as a way of punishing those who were being “troublemakers” Organizational conflict itself by
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course AFA 2000 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '11 term at Alaska Pacific University.

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