Baton Rouge Bus Stop
In 1953, African Americans made up 70 percent of the Baton Rouge Bus Company's business, but like everywhere else in the Jim Crow South, black riders were restricted to the "colored" section of buses and were often forced to stand over vacant seats.
|Courtesy of||Ernest Ritchie|
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