Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
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It all began when Rosa Parks boarded a bus on December 1st, 1955.
She refused to give her seat to a white man. She was arrested.
It set off a set of chain reactions, causing a total boycott of the Montgomery bus system!
People starting walking to wherever they were going!
However, many white women drove them around, to help the boycott effort.
This continued for thirteen months!
Eventually, though, the Surpreme Court stepped in and barred segregated bus practices.
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