The significance of Martin Luther King as a civil rights activist in relation to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
The Montgomery bus boycott looms as a formative turning point of the twentieth century as it was the harbinger of the African American freedom movement, and the springboard for the leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. in civil rights, human rights and peacemaking. On December 1st, 1955 a forty-two year old black woman by the name of Rosa Parks boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa sat in the first seat of the black section in the segregated bus. When the bus filled and the driver ordered her to move back so that a white man could take her place, she refused. Rosa Parks was arrested.…
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