Martin Luther King Jr. and the Montgomery Boycotts

The movement that changed the world

Rosa parks riding the bus after the boycott finished in 1956. Source: Underwood Archives

TThe Montgomery Bus Boycotts played a pivotal role in race relations within the United States. It was the starting point of a man named Martin Luther King Jr., a future noble peace prize winner and a symbolic leader of the black rights movement even today, decades after his assassination. The Bus Boycotts started a…

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Jordan Fearn

Jordan Fearn

Technology, History, Climate Change, and Politics, I write about what pops into my head.