Rosa Parks seated toward the front of the bus, Montgomery, Alabama, 1956.
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January 01, 1955 License
Mrs Rosa Parks, a Negro seamstress, being fingerprinted after her refusal to move to the back of a bus to accommodate a white passenger touched off the bus boycott, Montgomery, Alabama, 1956.
UNSPECIFIED - Fingerprint Card of Rosa Parks Civil Case 1147 Browder, et al v. Gayle, et. al: U.S. District Court for Middle District of Alabama, Northern (Montgomery) Division Record Group 21: Records of the District Court of the...More
View of a number of African-American commuters as they walk to work on the 'Day of Pilgrimage,' a protest that was part of an ongoing bus boycott in the wake of the Rosa Parks incident, Montgomery, Alabama, February 1956.
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Two Caucasian women sit in an otherwise empty bus during the African-American boycott of bus companies throughout the city, Montgomery, Alabama, March 1956. Beginning in December of 1955 with the arrest of Rosa Parks, the political...More
March 01, 1956 License
African-American women cheer and applaud at a meeting during the ongoing bus boycott in the wake of the Rosa Parks incident, Montgomery, Alabama, February 1956.
Rosa Parks (C) riding on newly integrated bus following Supreme Court ruling ending successful 381 day boycott of segregated buses. Boycott began when Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white person.
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Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks (1913 - 2005) receives a round of applause from fellow civil rights leaders and supporters as she walks across the stage at a gathering in front of Montgomery's State Capital, at the end of the Selma to...More
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