Montgomery Bus Boycott

You must be there

It'll be here before you know it

Will you be the next individual to step up and help fight against racism?


Friday, Dec. 1st 1995 at 3pm

Montgomery, Alabama

Montgomery, AL

This will be your one and only chance to make a difference against segregation. Isn't this what you want? or do you want to be segregated forever? Everyone deserves equality so help make this dream come true. We are protesting by boycotting all Montgomery's form of public transport. This boycott is a political and social campaign against racism and any help can make a difference. If you cannot walk it you must find someone, anyone, to carpool with. We NEED your help to end this long battle of equality. It'll be better for everyone once this battle is over and things are no longer segregated.

A few Major leaders

Rosa Parks:

Rosa Parks is an African- American civil rights activist. She will soon be known as "the First lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".

Martin Luther King Jr.:

Among many efforts, Martin headed the SCLC. He plays a pivotal role in ending the legal segregation of African- American citizens in the nation. He created the Civil Rights Act of 1965. King received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 along with many other honors. King also created the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

With you or without you

We're going to keep moving towards desegregating the world. You can either help to change the world or you can be a part of the problem.