February One is an award-winning film documenting the Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins that served as a blueprint for non-violent protests throughout the 1960s and led to a change in North Carolina public accommodation laws. The hour-long screening of the film, which begins at 7:30 p.m. on March 30 in the Richard White Auditorium on East Campus, is being presented by Duke's Lilly Library and will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers, Dean William H. Chafe, and Duke faculty members Carter Mathes, Charles McKinney, and Robyn Wiegman. The event will conclude with a reception. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Duke University Libraries' Diversity Working Group, John Hope Franklin Collection of African and African American Documentation and Lilly Library.