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Martin L. King voc

Martin L. King voc

What did Martin Luther King work hard for? civil rights
When did he become famous? bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama
What did Rosa Parks refuse to give up? seat on the bus
What happened to Rosa Parks when she refused to give up her seat? arrested and taken to jail
Mrs. Parks was __________. brave
Dr. King led a boycott against what? buses in the city
Where was the place African Americans were allowed to sit? back of the bus
During the boycott African Americans were asked not to ride the _______. bus
How did African Americans get to work during the boycott? walked
How long did it take for the boycott to end? 382 days
The U.S. Supreme Court finally ruled that Alabama's bus laws were __________. unfair
After the Supreme Court rulling African Americans had a legal right to sit __________. anywhere
Created by: cjbmorrison