November 13, 1956: The Supreme Court rules that Montgomery’s segregation laws are unconstitutional.
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November 13, 1956: The Supreme Court rules that Montgomery’s segregation laws are unconstitutional.

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December 1, 1955. Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa Parks, tired from her day of work as a seamstress, refuses to change her seat. On December 5, under the leadership of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., the African-American boycott of all city buses begins. 
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December 1, 1955. Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa Parks, tired from her day of work as a seamstress, refuses to change her seat. On December 5, under the leadership of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., the African-American boycott of all city buses begins. 

More on Rosa Parks and the boycott.