On December 1, 1955, in the city of Montgomery, capital of the Southern State of Alabama Parks refused to obey the driver of a public bus, which wanted to force, as required by law, to give his seat to a person of race white She was imprisoned for her behavior, accused of having disturbed the order, since in this state, and many others in the south of the country, there were laws that force blacks not to be able to sit in the bus, cafeterias, restaurants or cinemas in the place of whites, and doing it in the worst places

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