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ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION DOCUMENTARIES

Justice Without Violence

  • Aired: 02/01/2006
  • 30:02
  • Rating: NR
The story of the now legendary Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955-1956. Locally engineered by the African American community, this nonviolent protest to end bus segregation inspired a new era in freedom and human rights struggles around the globe. Never has a movement so successfully united a group of people across class, gender and age.
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