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Date: March 10, 2007
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By simply refusing to give up her seat, Rosa Parks single handedly began the civil rights movement and ultimately ensured that today all African Americans must be given equal treatment with whites under the law. This event with Rosa Parks eventually led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott...
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This event with Rosa Parks eventually led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The Montgomery Bus Boycott , officially started on December 1, 1955 and was a day that all blacks all over Alabama decided that they would boycott all of the buses until they could sit anywhere they wanted...
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