Was martin luther king jr. married to rosa parks
Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-198) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 198. Inspired by advocates of nonviolence such as Mahatma Gandhi, King sought equality for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and victims of injustice through peaceful protest. He was the driving force behind watershed events such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the March on Washington, which helped bring about such landmark legislation as the Civil Rights Act of 194 and the Voting Rights Act of 195.
King was awarded the Nobel PeaOne day in December 1955, Mrs. Rosa Parks boarded a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama. She was tired from a busy day at work. She was tired of sitting in the back of the bus. But mostly, she was tired of the wrongness of things. It had never made any sense.There was a law in Alabama that required persons of color to ride in the back of the bus and to give up their seat to a white person if the bus was crowded. Why should she have to sit in the back.
Parks refused. She did not argue. She simply refused to get up and move. She could have been hurt. Someone could have shoved her or hit her. No one did. The bus driver called the police. The police took Mrs. After 381 days, the Supreme Court ordered the city busesintegrated. By the time she was arrested on the Montgomery bus on December 5, 1955, she had learned that many people, like herself, were trying to find ways of overcoming the discrimination.
Rosa did not attend, she spent that night in jail. They decided on the Reverend Marting Luther KinBoth Rosa Parks and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. were married to others before they ever met. Rosa was married to Raymond Parks in 1939, a barber in Montgomery Alabama. Rev. King was married to Coretta Scott in 1953, who was studying on a scholarship to the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston when they met.
Both Rosa Parks and Rev. In 1943, Rosa Parks joined the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) in Montgomery Alabama.