Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Tag: montgomery bus boycott

Rosa Parks’ Home, Once Threatened by Demolition,...

Civil rights icon Rosa Parks' Detroit abode has officially been rebuilt in Berlin, Germany, safe from the demolition that once hounded it. Rhea McCauley, Parks'...

It’s Time to Stop Romanticizing the Civil...

With celebrations relegated to the shortest month of the year, Black history has been reduced to a highlight reel of America's proudest moments. While...

6 Reasons Why ‘Black Lives Matter’ Must...

Protests Don’t Lead to Change Without any real plan of action, protests never lead to any real change. While #BlackLivesMatter has been incredibly effective at...

8 Ways America’s Transportation System Has Discriminated...

Cutting Through Black Communities With Busy Roads and Highways Too often, major transportation projects are designed to rip through low-income Black communities, causing drastic declines in local...

10 Reasons Montgomery Bus Boycott Is One...

The arrest of Rosa Parks on Dec. 1, 1955, was the spark that launched the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a 13-month-long mass protest that saw...

ABS Honors Black History: Rosa Parks, The...

As we embark on Black History Month here at Atlanta Black Star, we are going to take a unique look throughout the month at...

Remembering Civil Rights Pioneer Thelma McWilliams Glass

Thelma McWilliams Glass is a Civil Rights Pioneer who will go down in history as the last surviving member of the Women's Missionary Council, a group...