Montgomery Bus Boycott

On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on an Alabama bus. She wasn’t the first to challenge segregation laws, but this time was different. Parks’ resistance spread through a community that was tired of enduring years of insult and humiliation. For more than a year, in the face of violence and intimidation, 50,000 black citizens forced a segregated bus system to open its doors to equality,

fight for the right

Monday, Dec. 5th 1955 at 9pm

Montgomery, AL

Montgomery, AL