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Claudette Colvin was 15 years old when she was heading home from school on a Montgomery city bus and was arrested after refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger. Nine months later Rosa Parks did the same thing and became the face of a movement that led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.More >>
This week marks the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, one of the seminal events in the Civil Rights Movement. Here are four points to help you better understand and appreciate the importance of that event.More >>
The City of Montgomery and the entire nation remembered a pivotal moment in American history during the 60th anniversary commemoration of Rosa Parks’ arrest.More >>
Key players in the Montgomery Bus Boycott are sharing their unique perspectives and recollections from that chapter in American history, helping add to what’s been written in history books.More >>
National Public Radio teamed up with ASU for the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, hosting a community conversation that will be broadcast during Michel Martin's radio series "Going There.” Historic and national figures gathered to share their own candid memories and reflect on the work that still needs to be done.More >>