This is a quicktime video of a workshop Whites Creek teachers had this summer with Mr. Kwame Leo Lillard, one of the student leaders in the civil rights movement here in Nashville. He re-enacted the way students saw discrimination in the stores in downtown Nashville, then worked with the teachers to re-enact the way they trained for the lunch counter sit-ins and tried to help them feel what it was like to endure the taunts and abuse while practicing non-violence. The clip also has some of his reflections on why they succeeded and what their success might mean for Whites Creek students today (his daughter attended Whites Creek). The total length is approx. 10 min. Supported by NIH Grant # R25-OD011085.