Montgomery Bus Boycott by Andy Trinh

Montgomery Bus Boycott by Andy Trinh

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  • Before the civil rights act of 1954, public places were segregated.This means that places in public were separated by race, religion, or gender.
  • One day, a women named Rosa Parks got on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. She sat in a seat and was told to move because of a white man wanting to sit down. However, Rosa park.She was arrested after refusing to give up her seat to a white man.
  • Move. I can’t find a seat so I’m taking yours.
  • No, I won’t move
  • Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up a seat on a Montgomery bus. She was sentenced to jail for 1 day. This still raged many people.
  • Many people boycotted buses in Montgomery, Alabama because of Rosa Park’s arrest. The boycott started on December 5, 1955 and ended on December 20, 1956
  • The Boycott ended because of a ruling by the Surpreme Court that bus segregation was unconstitutional.The Montgomery Bus Boycott ended successfully. Bus where intergrated and people, no matter race, could sit anywhere on a bus.
  • Bus segregation is unconstitutional.
  • Becaise of the Supreme Court ruling, bus segregation was illegal. Now, people of different races could sit wherever they want with get arrested, beat up, or harassed.
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