Montgomery Bus Boycott

by Jesus Munoz

We must do something

Four days ago, Rosa Parks, an African-American woman, refused to yield her seat to a white man on a Montgomery bus. She was arrested and fined for nothing more than just not moving a seat for some white man. We should not just let this happen, we have done nothing wrong, we must take a stand and show that we are humans too and should be treated as equals.

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Monday, Dec. 5th 1955 at 7am

Montgomery, AL, United States

Montgomery, AL

We must refused to ride city buses in Montgomery, Alabama, protest segregated seating, to demonstrate against segregation in the U.S.

Martin Luther King Jr

One of the leaders of the boycott, a young pastor named Martin Luther King Jr. A national leader of the American civil rights movement will help us in our action.

We can make a diffrence

If we can all just come together to do this we can get one step closer to getting rid of segregation in the U.S. all together.