When the owner of Byerley’s Cafeteria saw Charles Howell standing outside the Tennessee Theatre, the teenager knew he was out of a job.
It was 1963.
Howell was a black high school student and Byerley’s busboy, standing in a picket line. His boss was a “staunch segregationist.”
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