Mother of the Civil Rights Movement

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November 20, 2016

 

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She cited her lifelong acquaintance with fear as the reason for her relative fearlessness, in deciding to appeal her conviction. "I didn't have any special fear," she said, "it was more of a relief to know that I wasn't alone." (Academy of Achievement) This was the start of the "Montgomery Bus Boycott," which called for Afro-Americans to find other means of transportation, catch a cab, walk, do whatever that did not include the busing system...
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The demonstrator's slogan was "People don't ride the bus today. Don't ride it for Freedom," sometimes they got help from members of the White Community. This was the beginning of an 11-month boycott, which involved about 42,000 Afro-Americans, or about 75% of the bus riders in Montgomery, Alabama. Needless to say, this boycott nearly bankrupted the local bus companies...
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