evaluate the significance of the bus boycott to the civil rights movement

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February 7, 2014

 

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She refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man on demand. She was arrested and imprisoned for violating the law. This was the beginning of the campaign of non-violence. In protest to Parks' arrest, the African American community, who comprised 75% of bus users in Montgomery, began what became a 382-day boycott of the city's buses...
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In protest to Parks' arrest, the African American community, who comprised 75% of bus users in Montgomery, began what became a 382-day boycott of the city's buses. They protested for recognition of their equal rights to bus seats. There was an organisation formed to direct the bus boycott, the Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA)...
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