The Montgomery Bus Boycott

If I Was There

The time has come!

Too long have citizens of the US been denied equal rights. One brave woman, Rosa Parks, has become an overnight voice for the people. She denied to give up her seat on a crowded bus to a white man, and because of her brave actions, so many have decided to join her brave fight. Come join us in America's fight for equal rights! It is not only for Negros, but Whites as well. Every little bit helps.

The Montgomery Bus Boycott

Thursday, Dec 1st 1955 at 12pm to Monday, Dec 10th 1956 at 12pm

Montgomery, AL

Montgomery, AL

OUR LEADERS

Rosa Parks

The start of it all. She refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus and set the stage for a year of fighting for equality.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

The leader of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. He is a Baptist minister, this is his start to what is sure to become a most distinguished career.

So, what are we gonna use besides buses?

Good question.
The answer to that is:
-bicycles
-cars (if affordable)
-walking