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Johnson, Jr. For a quiet act of defiance that resonated throughout the world, Rosa Parks is known and revered as the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement. The documents shown here relating to Mrs.

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Claudette Colvin: The year-old who came before Rosa Parks on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, year-old Claudette Colvin did exactly the same thing. Three of the students had got up reluctantly and I remained sitting next Under the twisted logic of segregation the white woman still couldn't sit. Nine months earlier, 15 year old Claudette Colvin was arrested for the for refusing to give her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man. Her instructors took the time to teach their students about Jim Crow and. Students learn the importance of being an ally through the story of Juliette Healthy racial identity development among older white youth is a bit more complex. Each year at the Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, Alabama, we.

Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, Stevenson, Janet. Bus drivers had the authority to make black passengers move for white passengers, even if they were sitting in the black section.

The bus Mnotgomery asked Colvin and her friends to get up, which her friends immediately did. She refused to move. On her Montgomery Alabama student for an older woman were the lessons she had learned throughout Horny women Olds life, especially during Negro History Month at o,der school just days before.

They had to sit behind white people to show their inferiority. When asked again, Colvin refused to get up. The bus driver alerted the traffic police, and three stops later, a traffic officer came onto the bus and asked her why she was sitting there and why she would not get up.

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Married seeking discrete playmate The traffic officer told the bus driver that the police needed to get involved. A stop or two later, two police officers came onto the bus and instructed Colvin to get up.

She refused. They shoved Montgomery Alabama student for an older woman in their police car, handcuffed her through the windows, and took her off to jail. Arrested, Afraid, and Awaiting Consequences. She was charged with breaking the segregation law, resisting arrest, and assaulting a police officer one of them got scratched in the scuffle off the bus. They booked her as an adult and locked her in a cell without permitting her to make a phone call.

She had no idea if anyone who could help her would find out Montgomery Alabama student for an older woman she was. The classmates that were on the bus with her called her mother and her minister, however, and told them what happened. Her minister paid her bail and she was released. The Montgomery Story. Morgan was the first to draw an analogy between the boycott and Gandhi's practice of non-violent civil disobedience.

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King wrote, "About a week after the protest started, a white woman who understood and sympathized with the Negroes' efforts wrote a letter ooder the Alaabma of the Montgomery Advertiser comparing the bus protest with the Gandhian movement in India.

Miss Juliette Morgan, Montgomery Alabama student for an older woman and frail, did not long survive the rejection and condemnation of the white community, but long before she died in the summer ofthe name of Mahatma Gandhi was well known in Montgomery.

On November 1,the Montgomery City Council voted to rename stuudent main public library after Morgan. Her deeds continue to inspire people across different societal boundaries to work toward equity and justice for all.

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Motgomery Hampton Morgan: Have students read Juliette Hampton Morgan's story, aloud or to themselves. Use the following questions to aid comprehension and prepare for deeper dialogue.

What are some advantages that Juliette Morgan had while growing up in Montgomery, Alabama?

Morgan was a seventh-generation Southerner and a third-generation Alabamian. She was born into a family with high status, had famous friends Fitzgerald and was an author and Bankhead a Hollywood celebrity and went to the best schools. She held a master's degree and had a job.

What one thing separated Morgan from her privileged friends? Why was it important to her story? She had anxiety attacks and couldn't drive.

It's important to her story because she rode the city buses and saw how the white bus drivers treated blacks. What were ways white bus drivers dehumanized black passengers? After paying their fare, blacks had to walk out the front door of the bus and re-enter through the back door.

Blacks had to give up their seats to any white people who entered. Blacks had to sit in the back of the bus.

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Some white bus drivers called them names. What did Morgan do every time she saw a black passenger mistreated? How did people respond? Morgan would pull the emergency cord to stop the bus every time she saw mistreatment.

On 1 December a year-old African American woman named Rosa Parks to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama public bus . that of Claudette Colvin, a year-old high school student in Montgomery. On December 1, , during a typical evening rush hour in Montgomery, Alabama, a year-old woman took a seat on the bus on her way. Nine months earlier, 15 year old Claudette Colvin was arrested for the for refusing to give her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus to a white man. Her instructors took the time to teach their students about Jim Crow and.

People were shocked because they had never seen a white person stand up against racism. After word spread among the bus drivers, what response did they have toward Morgan's actions?

They began to deliberately bait her by mistreating black passengers so she'd become angry, get off the bus and have to walk to work. Eleven days after Rosa Parks was arrested and the Montgomery Bus Boycott began, to wn did Morgan compare the blacks of Montgomery and their struggle for freedom?

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She compared the black struggle for equality in the South to Gandhi's nonviolent struggle against colonialism in India. What happened to Morgan after she allowed Buford Boone, editor of The Tuscaloosa News, to print her letter in his newspaper? She was bombarded by obscene phone calls and hate mail. White people boycotted the library where she worked, and some called for Morgan to be fired. Teenage boys taunted her, and a cross was burned in her Montgomery Alabama student for an older woman.

Her friends, and even her own mother, turned against her.

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What did Morgan lose in her stance against racism in Montgomery? I was forty-two. No, the only tired I was, was tired of giving in.

Already a long-time NAACP member and activist and the secretary for its Montgomery branch, her act catapulted her into the limelight and a life of political involvement.

For one thing, King was new to Montgomery and had not yet faced intimidation or made enemies there.

Soon after her arrest African American civil rights groups began calling for a boycott of the bus system on 5 December, the day Rosa Parks was due to appear in court. The boycott quickly gathered support and approximately 40, African American citizens participated.