Montgomery bus boycott was a protest of the segregated Montgomery, Alabama, bus system that took place from Dec. 5, 1955, to Dec. 21, 1956. During the boycott, many people refused to ride the city’s buses. The Montgomery boycott led to the end of segregated seating on public buses throughout the United States. It also helped bring about the civil rights movement.
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Murphy, Bruce Allen. "Montgomery bus boycott." World Book Student. World Book, 2014. Web. 26 Oct. 2014.