Community Organized Free Ride
During the 1953 bus boycott in Baton Rouge, the African American community organized free carpools, enabling protestors to go about their daily business while simultaneously showing they would no longer accept second-class citizenship.
|Courtesy of||Ernest Ritchie|
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