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FC: Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott

1: Contents Cover done by Jordan Williams,Gabriel Huntley,Chase Roberson,and Cody Barnett Pages: 2-5 done by Jordan Williams Pages: 6-9 done by Gabriel Huntley Pages: 10-13 done by Chase Roberson Pages: 14-17 done by Coby Barnett

2: On the 1st of December 1955, Mrs. Rosa Parks, an African-American seamstress, was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama for not standing and letting a white bus rider take her seat.

3: Parks was charged with a violation of Chapter 6, Section 11 segregation law of the Montgomery City code, even though she technically had not taken up a white-only seat—she had been in a colored section. E.D. Nixon and Clifford Durr bailed Parks out of jail the evening of December 1.

4: Parks was charged with a violation of Chapter 6, Section 11 segregation law of the Montgomery City code, even though she technically had not taken up a white-only seat—she had been in a colored section. E.D. Nixon and Clifford Durr bailed Parks out of jail the evening of December 1.

5: Rosa Parks on a Montgomery bus on December 21, 1956, the day Montgomery's public transportation system was legally integrated. Behind Parks is Nicholas C. Chriss, a UPI reporter covering the event.

7: This article let you know that on December 1, 1995, Rosa Parks was changed the course of history and inspired millions or people them all in 1913-2005.

8: Mrs. Parks was not the first African-American to be arrested for this "crime." But she was the first to be arrested who was well known in the Montgomery African-American community. She was once the secretary to the president of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).

9: This is rose parks telling her story when she was young and when she go arrest for not getting up to a white man.It happened on the Montgomery bus when she got off of work.

10: This is the bus that Rosa was on when she was arrested, but this is actually Angela Bassatt that played her in a movie called The Rosa Parks Story.

11: This is Rosa Parks standing in front of the Montgomery bus that she was arrested on. Rosa Parks was greatful about what she did she had alot of people supporting her.

12: Photograph of Rosa Parks with Dr. Martin Luther King jr. (ca. 1955.) She was taking a picture by her car and Martin Luther King Jr. was standing in the background while they were taking a picture.

13: This is Rosa sitting in front of a white male and this is how she got in jail. Rosa was just wanting to sit where ever she wanted to sit because she wanted to show that they are equal to all the whites.

14: This is Rosa Parks on the bus that she was arrested on and this is the set she was siting in.

15: This is Rosa Parks and one of her friends in a building holding pilots wings.

16: This is Rosa Parks getting fringer printed, standing in front of her of the bus that she got arrested on, her getting her pciture taken with her number for jail and her in the same bus that she got arrest on.

17: This is Rosa Parks talkin to Bill Cliton.

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