Durham Church Honors Courageous Civil Rights Pioneer

# St. Joseph AME Church Honors Civil Rights Pioneer Virginia Williams – Watch Now!

Join us as we pay tribute to the incredible legacy of civil rights pioneer, Virginia Williams, at St. Joseph AME Church in Durham. This inspiring video celebrates the courage and determination of a young activist who took a stand against injustice 66 years ago at the Royal Ice Cream Parlor.

[Watch the video here]( to learn more about this extraordinary story of bravery and its impact on American civil rights.

This powerful recognition event, held during Social Justice Sunday, brings to light the remarkable acts of civil disobedience that reshaped our nation’s history. Discover how the Royal Ice Cream Seven, including Virginia Williams, initiated local civil rights movements that would pave the way for future change.

For the full transcript of the video, click [here](

At St. Joseph AME Church, we believe that honoring the legacy of individuals like Virginia Williams serves as a reminder that we all have a role to play in protecting and securing our freedoms. By actively engaging in our communities and striving for positive change, we can make a lasting impact.

Don’t miss this captivating tribute to Virginia Williams and the Royal Ice Cream Seven. It’s time to be the change we want to see in our communities!

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St. Joseph AME Church in Durham honors civil rights pioneer Virginia Williams 66 years after taking a seat against injustice at the Royal Ice Cream.

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