Bus Boycott

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June 5, 2015







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could not have said it better when he addressed the massive crowd at the first meeting of Montgomery Improvement Association and said, " . . . we are here, we are here because we are tired now."1 On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks, a seamstress who lived in Montgomery, Al, refused to give her seat up to a white man who had nowhere to sit on the bus...
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Because she would not move to the back of the bus, she was arrested for violating the Alabama bus segregation laws. Rosa was thrown in jail and fined fourteen dollars. Enraged by Mrs. Parks arrest the black community of Montgomery united together and organized a boycott of the bus system until the city buses were integrated...
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