Rosa Parks And The Montgomery Bus Boycott Movement

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Martin Luther King Jr. may have been one of the people who indeed caused the success of Montgomery. But, Rosa Parks was another significant person that created a huge difference within the Montgomery Bus Boycott movement that lead to its success. As the document on kingencyclopedia states “Neither arrest, however, mobilized Montgomery’s black community like that of Rosa Parks later that year.“ This quotation was referring to Mary Louise Smith and Claudette Colvin came before the Parks and her defiance act against the law, however those two couldn’t make the black community move to their feet as Park’s arrest did. As Jo Ann Robinson (leader of the Women's Political Council) and NAACP leader E.D. Nixon suggested a boycott in response to Park’s

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