During the 1961 Sit- Ins:
These sit-Ins were associated with various challenges and success. It supported businesses financially when peaceful demonstrations took place. Also, they carried out nonviolent protests, which were successful in catching the media's attention. These practices enabled the awareness of the civil rights movements. Besides, they used a jail-in approach to air the injustice practices. Students used these tactics to attract attention to air their problems (Schmidt,2017). On the other hand, they faced challenges like the arrest of many Protestants due to trespassing, destruction of peace, and disorder on the streets. Besides, they were forced to change segregation policies.
Schmidt, C. W. (2017). Why the 1960 lunch counter sit-ins worked: A case study of law and social movement mobilization. Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality, 5(2), 2.