By breezy, Updated
African civil rights movement
I always wondered what it'd be like to be white...Then I'd be able to play at the same park as them & even drink from the same water fountain...
If everyone was just treated equally, we wouldn't have to be in seperate schools.. but the part i hate the most is i know that will never happen. :(
NO BLACKS ALLOWED
But little did i know that my life was about to change forever..
I wish things were different.. :'(
(December 1, 1955) Later the next day, a negro woman named Rosa Parks was arrested for not giving up her seat to a white man on a public bus.. That day became the start of a new beginning...
Birmingham Hardwear & Supplies
Soon after the news spread, no negros road the buses as a protest. The majority of the passangers were black.. without us, the buses wouldn't make enough money.
"We're walking to work right now honey,I'll just call you back when i get there."
After the first bus boycott, people all around Birmingham started all kinds of protests. Sit ins were one of the most popular, where negros would go in places that they weren't aloud and they'd sit or stand and refuse to leave.
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