Rosa Parks and the Bus Boycott
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Can all black passengers in the font move to the back.
My name is Michael Williams and I demand that you make her move!
On December 1st, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama Linda Brooks is on her way home from work, with her friend Rosa Parks, on the bus.
you are under arrest.
The bus driver asked Linda and all the other black passengers that were sitting in the front to move, but Linda watched her friend refuse.
OH MY GOODNESS!Rosa started a boycott more than 40,000 people boycotted the bus system.
A man who is heading to work named Michael Williams starts to get really upset that Linda will not make her friend move and starts to get mad at the bus driver
Any law including racial segregation breaks the 14th amendment!
The police are called and Linda watches her best friend get arrested for not giving up her seat like she is supposed to.
Linda hears that Rosa was bailed out of jailed and that they started to boycott the bus system. More than 40,000 black riders boycott the bus system.
On June 5th, 1956 a federal court ruled that any law including racial segregation broke the 14th amendment.