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Boycott Montgomery, Alabama, 1955 /

On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in a "whites only" section of a public bus, thus starting a boycott of the city buses. This single act is considered the beginning of the civil rights movement in the United States.

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  • "On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in a "whites only" section of a public bus, thus starting a boycott of the city buses. This single act is considered the beginning of the civil rights movement in the United States."@en
  • "On December 1, 1955, one black woman refused to give up her seat in a "white's only" section of a public bus. The bus stops. Montgomery, Alabama stopped. In a time when resentment gave birth to rebellion and a gesture has the power to bring about change, Rosa Parks, by her single act, inspired the will to make history and helped make a leader out of Martin Luther King, Jr. This single act is considered the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement."@en
  • "On December 1, 1955, one black woman refused to give up her seat in a "white's only" section of a public bus. The bus stops. Montgomery, Alabama stopped. In a time when resentment gave birth to rebellion and a gesture has the power to bring about change, Rosa Parks, by her single act, inspired the will to make history and helped make a leader out of Martin Luther King, Jr. This single act is considered the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement."
  • "Dans un autobus public, une femme refuse de céder sa place dans une section réservée aux Blancs. L'autobus s'immobilise, puis la ville ... et enfin le monde. Cet événement se déroule le 1er décembre 1955 à Montgomery, en Alabama. Une époque où le ressentiment donne naissance à la rébellion et où un geste peut apporter le changement. Ce simple geste posé par Rosa Parks crée un soulèvement qui fera date dans l'Histoire et fera de Martin Luther King Jr. un leader. Boycott est le récit explosif de cette histoire."
  • "In the winter of 1955 in the deep south, Rosa Parks, a single black woman on a public bus, is arrested when she chooses a "whites only" seat. Her action and the reaction of the authorities helps birth the modern civil rights movement in the United States, and makes her an inspiring icon and lodestone to all involved with the struggle for equality, including a young Martin Luther King."@en
  • "In Birmingham in December 1955, Rosa Parks is arrested when she refuses to vacate her bus seat for a white man. Black citizens mount a boycott of the bus system in protest, giving birth to the modern civil rights movement and bringing to fame the young minister Martin Luther King, Jr."
  • "On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in a "whites only" section of a public bus. This act which inspired the will to make history and helped make a leader out of Martin Luther King, Jr., is considered the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement."
  • "Rosa Parks is arrested after refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus. The African-American community, under the leadership of Martin Luther King, Jr., organizes a boycott of the busing system and calls national attention to segregation laws and the civil rights movement."@en
  • ""Black Americans boycott the public buses during the 1950s civil rights movement"--Internet movie database, as viewed on November 20, 2006."

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