The four black men who were denied service at the Woolworth store in Greensboro, NC take their places at the same lunch counter to recreate their sit-in on Thursday, February 2, 1990. The men are (from left): Joseph McNeil, Jibreal Khazan (formerly Ezell Blair, Jr.), Franklin McCain, and David Richmond. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
The four black men who were denied service at the Woolworth store in Greensboro, NC take their places at the same lunch counter to recreate their sit-in on Thursday, February 2, 1990. The men are (from left): Joseph McNeil, Jibreal Khazan (formerly Ezell Blair, Jr.), Franklin McCain, and David Richmond. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) CHUCK BURTON ASSOCIATED PRESS
The four black men who were denied service at the Woolworth store in Greensboro, NC take their places at the same lunch counter to recreate their sit-in on Thursday, February 2, 1990. The men are (from left): Joseph McNeil, Jibreal Khazan (formerly Ezell Blair, Jr.), Franklin McCain, and David Richmond. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) CHUCK BURTON ASSOCIATED PRESS

They made history 57 years ago at a lunch counter. Now, two NC lawmakers want to honor them.

February 09, 2017 04:19 PM