The montgomery bus protest and consequences
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Snipers began firing into buses, and one shooter shattered both legs of a pregnant African-American passenger. King delivered his first speech as a civil rights leader.
We must love our white brothers, no matter what they do to us. Violence began during the action and continued after its conclusion.
Nine months before Rosa Parks' arrest for refusing to give up her bus seat, year-old Claudette Colvin was arrested in Montgomery for the same act.
Facts Matter. King was sentenced to days in jail but only spent two weeks.
Montgomery bus boycott white reaction
If you work, take a cab, or walk. At the sound of his voice, she realized the driver was Blake. In this respect, the MIA leaders followed the pattern of s boycott campaigns in the Deep South , including the successful boycott a few years earlier of service stations in Mississippi for refusing to provide restrooms for blacks. In a meeting with Mayor W. The ten back seats were supposed to be reserved for blacks at all times. Jack to King, 16 March , in Papers — Parks vowed never again to ride a bus driven by Blake. This began a chain reaction of similar boycotts throughout the South. King delivered his first speech as a civil rights leader. This woman's case will come up on Monday. Many walked or rode bikes. Parks vowed to never ride a bus driven by Blake again. Remember, if I am stopped, this movement will not stop, because God is with the movement. Nixon were bombed.
On a cold December evening inRosa Parks quietly incited a revolution — by just sitting down.
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