Civil Rights Movement 1954-

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American History

 

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May 14, 2014

 

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In order for the Boycott to make an impact, Black people chose to walk to work or travel by taxi or private car pools, no matter what age or state of physical health. ?My feets is tired but my soul is rested'. Throughout the Boycott the NAACP constantly challenged the courts on the terms of complete desegregation, which eventually reached the Supreme Court...
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The Montgomery Bus Boycott lasted 381 days, and paved the way for further civil right actions. Impact/effect on the Civil Rights movement - Paved the way for Martin Luther King to invoke his message and thoughts to the Black people and to become one of the most prominent leaders in the Civil Rights movement...
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