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Martin Luther King The Montgomery Bus Boycott
January 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Rosa Parks: Real Story Of A Real Hero
December 1, 1955. One brave and determined woman made a fateful decision that changed the course of human history. Rosa Parks’ decision to challenge the segregation of buses in Alabama sparked not only the Civil Rights Movement in America but also other nonviolent protests throughout the USA and around the world! After her heroic act of protest, it fell to Dr. King to build a movement that could persist in a protest that would take over a year. Despite personal attacks, arrest, threats and daily pressure, Martin Luther King’s first steps in organizing a protest were successful.
As a bonus, click here to read an article explaining why I always link the names of Rosa Parks and Paul Revere!
In this exciting multimedia presentation, you will discover the truth about the year that made Martin Luther King, Jr. a household name. Civil Rights Scholar, activist and master storyteller Barry Bradford will bring the unexpected, unforgettable and ultimately uplifting events of that movement alive through dramatic film clips, fascinating anecdotes, and his theatrical storytelling style that has earned raves across the country! As a bonus, click here