Boycott Pick-Up Point
The improvised carpool that provided free rides during the Baton Rouge bus boycott of 1953 was so successful that after four days, the white manager of the city bus system said the company would be bankrupted if African American passengers did not return soon.
|Courtesy of||Ernest Ritchie|
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