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The Anniversary of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat and the beginning of The Montgomery Bus Boycott

Coretta Scott King, photographed during a Montgomery Bus Boycott Anniversary event in 1975. Photo: Todd Duncan, from the Ebony/Jet collection at Art.com

Civil Rights Leader Coretta Scott King, Montgomery Bus Boycott Anniversary Event, 1975 Photographic Print

Anti-Segregationists Integrate Bus, 1956.

The bus boycott was successful. An integrated bus in Montgomery!

Instead of getting on the busses, people in Montgomery even walked in the rain to where they needed to go.

Black History Month Photos: Day of Pilgrimage protest begins on December with black Montgomery citizens walking to work, part of their boycott of buses in the wake of the Rosa Parks incident. (Photo by Grey Villet//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

zzzze:  Wayne Miller, Gwendolyn Brooks, 1946-48... - SEESelf

by Wayne Miller, The poet Gwendolyn Brooks photographed in her apartment, Chicago, 1948

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Chicago History in Pictures, An undated photograph of author Gwendolyn Brooks...

Chicago History in Pictures, An undated photograph of author Gwendolyn Brooks.

intertwined H & A initials of King Henry VIII and Queen Anne Boleyn, King's College Chapel, Cambridgeshire

intertwined H & A initials of King Henry VIII and Queen Anne Boleyn, King's College Chapel, Cambridgeshire

May More Mexican sugar-beet pickers headed north. "Mexican workers recruited and brought to the Arkansas valley, Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota by the FSA to harvest sugar beets.

Organized by CORE, two integrated groups of Freedom Riders enter Alabama on May 14, 1961. One bus is ambushed and burned by a racist mob outside of Anniston.

In the Freedom Riders set out for the Deep South to defy Jim Crow laws and call for change. Their efforts transformed the civil rights movement. Raymond Arsenault is the author of 'Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice'.

October 1939. Neches, Texas. "Mexican migrants drinking cold drinks and buying candy at filling station where the truck taking them to their homes in the Rio Grande Valley has stopped. They had been picking cotton in Mississippi." Photograph by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration.

"Mexican migrants drinking cold drinks and buying candy at filling station where the truck taking them to their homes in the Rio Grande Valley has stopped. They had been picking cotton in Mississippi." Photograph by Russell Lee

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