dec 5, 1955 - Montgomery Bus Boycott Started
Rosa Parks, an African-American woman refused to give her seat to a white man on a Montgomery bus. She was arrested and fined. The boycott of public buses by blacks in Montgomery began on the day of Parks’ court hearing and lasted 381 days.
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