Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Rosa Parks worked as a . Like all Negroes in 1955, she was supposed to ride in the of the bus. One day, she refused to get out of her seat to let a man sit down in her row. She was arrested by a policeman and taken to . As a result, the Montgomery Bus began. People got to work, not by riding the bus, but by walking, riding mules, or by riding in . Martin Luther King helped to the boycott. He believed in . Rosa Parks was simply of being treated badly because of the color of her skin. Rosa is still alive today and is 86 years old. Today it is illegal to have buses.

Copyright 1999 by Deanna Carr (dcarr@ontariosd.k12.or.us)
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