"Claudette Colvin" chapter ten "Rage in Montgomery" story board by:Joaquin Murga author:Phillip Hoose
After hearing these young girls horrible stories and realizing the hate negros get we made a decision. Segregated seating in transportation is now dismissed.
The Browder V. Gayle trial was won and ended segregated seating once and for all. This was a big step forward for the African American race.
We did it!
African Americans won the case and planned to do more movements like this in the future. African Americans were ecstatic about the big step toward equal rights.
Thank you all. This is a great accomplishment and we plan to achieve greater priveledges further on.
I refuse to sit next to a negro!
NO MORE INTEGRATION!
I don't know! A brick came through my window while I was studying!
Whites were not too fond of the idea of integration. Whites refused to sit next to African Americans on the bus. According to the law segregated seating was over but in spirit it was still there.
Whites were not that happy about the idea of integration and turned to protests to end integration. They did not succeed so they later turned to full on violence to get what they wanted. They still did not succeed.
After the trial whites were angry. They turned to violence and Claudette and her family were to blame and they experienced the wrath of angry white people,the same with the judge.