boycott wouldn't have been successful without the unified effort of Montgomery's
17,000 African Americans, no one will forget Rosa Parks, the brave woman
who led the way.
The very next day,
Rosa Parks, along with E.D. Nixon and Martin Luther King, Jr., board a
city bus. Proudly, Rosa Parks takes a seat right up front.
What was life like for African Americans in Montgomery after segregation
on public buses was declared illegal? Was Rosa Parks's life different?
See what Mrs. Parks had to say.