The Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Soon after the Montgomery Bus Boycott began, African Americans started to voice out their feelings. They wanted others to see that Freedom, Justices and Equality were very important to them and all they wanted was a normal life like everyone else. Later after this event of the Montgomery Bus Boycott began, Dr. King also started to hold meetings with the City of Montgomery “We are here because we are to get the situation corrected. This situation is not at all new. The problem has existed over endless years. For many years now Negroes in Montgomery and so many other areas have been inflicted with the paralysis of crippling fears on buses in our community”(264). The situations of being humiliated, intimidated, and oppressed were very depressing.
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