Tag Montgomery Bus Boycott

Fred Gray: Civil Rights Attorney & Activist

Attorney, civil rights activist, and preacher, Fred D. Gray was a legal advisor to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, the Montgomery Improvement Association, to name a few. Before he was 30 years old, Gray had litigated some of the most pivotal cases of the civil rights movement. Click the link to learn more.

Before The Montgomery Bus Boycott There Was The Baton Rouge Bus Boycott

Before the Montgomery Bus Boycott, there was the Baton Rouge Bus Boycott. Click the link to learn more.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Cesar Chavez:  Champions For Justice

Dr. King and Cesar Chavez are hailed as giants in the struggle for equity for marginalized groups.  Click the link to learn more.

1956 Christmas Fire Bombing

On Christmas Day 1956, the home of civil rights activist was fire bombed by the KKK. Click the link to learn more.

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Rosa Parks!

Happy Birthday Rosa Parks!! In honor of this phenomenal
SHE-RO, I’m reposting, 10 THINGS YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT ROSA PARKS. Click the link to learn more!

Black Mail Trivia Answer: How Long Was The Montgomery Bus Boycott Originally Expected To Last?

Earlier today, we asked our Black Mail Readers: How Long Was The Montgomery Bus Boycott Originally Expected To Last?

a) 1 month b) 1 year c) 1 day

The answer is: c) 1 day

The boycott was extended due to the success of the first day and lasted 381 days.

Black Mail Trivia: How Long Was The Montgomery Bus Boycott Originally Expected To Last?

Black Mail Trivia: How Long Was The Montgomery Bus Boycott Originally Expected To Last?

a) 1 month b) 1 year c) 1 day
Comment and share your answer. Answer will be posted at 6pm EST.

Celebrating Our Sisters: The Women Behind The Montgomery Bus Boycott

Celebrating Our Sisters: The Women’s Political Council was instrumental in launching the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Click the link to learn more.

December 5, 1955 – 381 Day Economic Boycott Begins!

On December 1, 1955, the 381 day Montgomery Bus Boycott began: economically crippling the transit system and forcing change! Click the link to learn more.

“People Always Say That I Didn’t Give Up My Seat Because I Was Tired But That Isn’t True…No, The Only Tired I Was, Was Tired Of Giving In” -Rosa Parks

Remembering Rosa Parks & The Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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