Clarence Henderson, far right, was one of the N.C. A&T College students to occupy lunch counter seats at a Greensboro Woolworth’s in 1960. He says there’s no comparison between Jim Crow and HB2.
Clarence Henderson, far right, was one of the N.C. A&T College students to occupy lunch counter seats at a Greensboro Woolworth’s in 1960. He says there’s no comparison between Jim Crow and HB2. ASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTO
Clarence Henderson, far right, was one of the N.C. A&T College students to occupy lunch counter seats at a Greensboro Woolworth’s in 1960. He says there’s no comparison between Jim Crow and HB2. ASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTO

I fought for civil rights. It is offensive to compare it with the transgender fight.

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