Rosa Parks: Pay My Fare Get on the Bus

Posted by admin on Saturday, December 1, 2018

Rosa Parks Money Quote saying when she was required to pay at the front of the bus, but was required to go to the back door to enter the back of the bus. Rosa Parks said:
 
I didn't want to pay my fare and then go around the back door, because many times, even if you did that, you might not get on the bus at all. They'd probably shut the door, drive off, and leave you standing there Quote
 

“I didn’t want to pay my fare and then go around the back door, because many times, even if you did that, you might not get on the bus at all. They’d probably shut the door, drive off, and leave you standing there” — Rosa Parks

#RosaParksDay December 1, 1955 was the day she refused to give up her seat to move to the back of the bus as African Americans were required to do then. She was arrested for her refusal, sparking a 381 day long bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama – which almost bankrupted the bus company. The action led to a U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring the Alabama law which required segregated buses to be unconstitutional.

 
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