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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Rosa Parks. I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King

Rise of a civil rights heroine.

The bus boycott, in which African Americans refused to ride city buses in Montgomery, Alabama, to protest against segregated seating, took place between December 5, 1955, and December 20, 19956. It is seen as the first large demonstration against segregation in the U.S. This famous act of defiance was sparked by Rosa Parks (1913 - 2005), an African American arrested for refusing to surrender her seat to a white person.  Most descriptions suggest Parks was an ordinary woman, simply worn down by years of racism. In great African Americans in Civil Rights by Pat Rediger writes: 'On that famous day when she was arrested, it would have been much easier for Rosa to give up the her seat. Three other black woman (actually two women and a man) who were sitting beside her did. She could have avoided being arrested, fingerprinted and being sent to jail. But Rosa was tired. Her back was sore from pressing pants all day at work and she was tired, and she was also tired of racism. The story was more complex: Rosa Parks was already involved in the Civil Rights Movement, and in 1943 she was elected Montgomery branch secretary of the national association for the advancement of coloured people (NAACP). As part of her duties, she travelled around the South documenting and investigating sexual crimes against black women. In March 1955, 15 year old Claudette Colvin refused to give up her bus seat to a white person. She was dragged of the bus and arrested, but as a unmarried teen mother wasn't considered  suitable to front the movement against segregation. When Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat, she immediately called prominent black leader E. D. Nixon (1899-1987). He bailed her out of jail and determined that she would be a sympathetic plaintiff in a legal challenge to the segregation ordinance. The Woman's Political Council (WPC) circulated thousands of flyers calling for a boycott of the bus system on December 5, the day Parks. Black ministers including Martin Luther King. announced the boycott in church on Sunday, December  4, and the Montgomery Advertiser published a front page article on the planned action. About 40,000 African American bus passengers -- the majority of the city's black bus users -  joined the boycott the following day.

The reason that I'm interested in this is because her husband Raymond was white and I think his father came from the U.K. My name is Park without the s, but the 's' was added on way back and indicated 'the son of'