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1960 Maryland sit-in case remembered as part of history

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Robert M. Bell was 16 when he recruited classmates to join a sit-in at a Baltimore restaurant. On June 17, 1960, the group entered Hooper's restaurant. They pushed past a hostess and sat. Twelve demonstrators, including Bell, were charged with trespassing. Eventually, the case made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court. This month marks 50 years since Bell v. Maryland was argued...

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