This picture is describing the people marching for the Birmingham March, the Selma and the March to Montgomery and protests.
They held marches and protests to show awareness of segregation. A few of the marches that showed awareness are the March to Birmingham, Selma and the March to Montgomery, Sit-ins, Freedom Rides, and much more.
MLK gave his speech "I Have A Dream".
Martin Luther King Jr. gave his "I Have A Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.
They often held sit-ins at restaurants and would often be ridiculed and would be asked to leave.
White people ridiculing black people and being asked to leave.
Rosa Parks denying the white lady to sit in her seat.
Rosa Parks was sitting on a bus and a white person came and asked her to give u her seat and she said no. Soon, she was arrested and was later released with a fine. Then she started to support and campaign the NAACP for Montgomery. Then they were able to make and promote a Montgomery Bus Boycott.
"Give up that seat, lady"
MKLJr soon died because James Earl Ray killed him on the balcony of his hotel room on April 4, 1968, and was not able to see his dream come true.
In 1947, the Supreme Court ruled that segregation was illegal on interstate buses and trains, which are buses and trains that travel from one state to another, including from northern to southern states. But the 1947 law was ignored by operators of interstate buses and trains in the South. When blacks rode these methods of transportation in the South, they were still ordered to sit in black sections only. They continued to be bugged, and sometimes even arrested if they didn't follow the rule.
Give up that seat black lady!
White man telling black lady get out of her seat.