Group hands out free donuts, advocate to save Woolworth building

Volunteers on Friday passed out free donuts, reminiscent of the pastry made popular by Woolworth's at its lunch counters in the 1960s, when peaceful lunch counter desegregation sit-ins were held.
Volunteers on Friday passed out free donuts, reminiscent of the pastry made popular by Woolworth's at its lunch counters in the 1960s, when peaceful lunch counter desegregation sit-ins were held.

SAN ANTONIO – Volunteers on Friday passed out free donuts, reminiscent of the pastry made popular by Woolworth's at its lunch counters in the 1960s, when peaceful lunch counter desegregation sit-ins were held.

The event was an opportunity for advocates of saving the building from demolition to air their concerns about the issue.


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