Rosa Parks speaks with an interviewer as she arrives at court with Reverend Edward Nixon and 91 other African Americans on trial for violation of a 1921 anti-boycott law. They were part of a city-wide boycott of buses by African Americans ignited by Rosa Parks' arrest for violation of the "Jim Crow" Law forbidding African Americans from sitting with whites at the front of busses.
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