The montgomery bus boycott

This is the bus that Rosa parks refused to give her seat up on. It is now in a museam.

Fact:
Rosa parks was born on February 4, 1913.

Opinion:
Rosa parks made a bad idea to sit in that seat on the bus.
Evidence: I read a autobiography about Rosa Parks.

Quote:
Marten Luther king Jr.  believed that if they had 60% cooperation in the bus boycott there would be success.
Means in my words that if most people would corporate we would have happiness and success.   

Questions
#1: Why was she put in jail? She was put in jail because she refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man.
#2: How did Rosa Parks influence other blacks? She influenced them because she stood up for herself and then other blacks stood up for themselves.
#3: Would life be different if Rosa Parks was never alive? Yes because blacks and whites still might hate each other and we would still have rules about black people and white people. None of the blacks would understand how to stand up for themselves.
#4: How did this event impact the overall civil rights movement? After Rosa Parks did this a law was passed and said there would be no more segregated buses in Montgomery, Alabama. The law was called Browder v. Gayle.  

My word:
Boycott, means to stop using for a long time.
They stopped using the buses for a long time and they called it the bus boycott.  

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Comment Stream

2 years ago
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you need to add evidence

2 years ago
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to your fact and opion

2 years ago
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You forgot to give your evidence for how you know it is an opinion or fact.

2 years ago
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good Job

2 years ago
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You spelled Martin wrong, but otherwise, very good. ;)

2 years ago
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I like how it's set up but I don't think that's the real bus that she wouldn't get off.