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At the next stop, more passengers got on. When every seat in the white section was taken, the bus driver ordered the black passengers in the middle row to stand so a white man could sit.


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I don't know how I got off that bus but the other students said they manhandled me off the bus and put me in the squad car.

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However, some white passengers still refused to sit near a black person. Going to a segregated school had one advantage, she found - her teachers gave her a good grounding in black history. Instead of being taken to a juvenile detention centre, Colvin was taken to an adult jail and put in a small cell with nothing in it but a broken sink and a cot without a mattress.

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Soon afterwards, on 5 December, 40, African-American bus passengers boycotted the system and that afternoon, black leaders met to form the Montgomery Improvement Association MIAelecting a young pastor, Martin Luther King Jr, as their president. The driver wanted all of them to move to the back and stand so that the white passenger could sit. Like Colvin, Parks was commuting home and was seated in the "coloured section" of the bus. On the night of Parks' arrest, the Women's Political Council WPCa group of black women working for civil rights, began circulating flyers calling for a boycott of the bus system.

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Like Colvin, Parks refused, and was arrested and fined. The problem arose because all the seats on the bus were taken. I didn't want to discuss it with them," she says.

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Another factor was that before long Colvin became pregnant. Members of the community acted as lookouts, while Colvin's father sat up all night with a shotgun, in case the Ku Klux Klan turned up. The boycott was very effective but the city still resisted complying with protesters' demands - an end to the policy preventing the hiring of black bus drivers and the introduction of first-come first-seated rule. The organisation didn't want a teenager in the role, she says.

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Colvin was the first person to be arrested for challenging Montgomery's bus segregation policies, so her story made a few local papers - but nine months later, the same act of defiance by Rosa Parks was reported all over the world. More from the BBC. Related Topics. The legal case turned on the testimony of four plaintiffs, one of whom was Claudette Colvin. After Colvin was released from prison, there were fears that her home would be attacked.

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Colvin and her friends were sitting in a row a little more than half way down the bus - two were on the right side of the bus and two on the left - and a white passenger was standing in the aisle between them. Colvin knew her very well. Find out more. Tubman and Truth. To sustain the boycott, communities organised carpools and the Montgomery's African-American taxi drivers charged only 10 cents - the same price as bus fare - for fellow African Americans. Inthe writer Phillip Hoose published a book that told her story in detail for the first time. Two policemen boarded the bus and asked Colvin why she wouldn't give up her seat.

Under the twisted logic of segregation the white woman still couldn't sit down, as then white and black passengers would have been sharing a row of seats - and the whole point was that white passengers were meant to be closer to the front. What was behind the Bristol bus boycott?

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Fifty years have passed since campaigners overturned a ban on ethnic minorities working on buses in one British city. When the white seats were filled, the driver, J Fred Black, asked Parks and three others to give up their seats. Long Re Black interest Inspiring stories. A year later, on 20 Decemberthe US Supreme Court ruled that segregation on the buses must end. But what I do remember is when they asked me to stick my arms out the window and that's when they handcuffed me," Colvin says.

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My mother knew I was disappointed with the system and all the injustice we were receiving and she said to me: 'Well, Claudette, you finally did it. Today their boycott, modelled on the one in Montgomery, is largely forgotten - but it was a milestone in achieving equality. The bus driver had the authority to as the seats, so when more white passengers got on the bus, he asked for the seats. Colvin says Parks had the right image to become the face of resistance to segregation because of her work with the NAACP.

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Eclipsed by Parks, her act of defiance was largely ignored for many years. But Colvin told the driver she had paid her fare and that it was her constitutional right to remain where she was.

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Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth were both African Americans who sought the abolition of slavery Tubman was well known for helping fellow slaves escape slavery using the Underground Railroad Truth was a passionate campaigner who fought for women's rights, best known for her speech Ain't I a Woman? Most of the people didn't have problems with us sitting on the bus, most New Yorkers cared about economic problems.

When Colvin moved to New York many years later to become a nurse, she didn't tell many people about the part she played in the civil rights movement.

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Colvin says that after Supreme Court made its decision, things slowly began to change. I felt inspired by these women because my teacher taught us about them in so much detail," she says.

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On 2 MarchColvin and her friends finished their classes and were let out of school early. In Marchnine months before Rosa Parks defied segregation laws by refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, year-old Claudette Colvin did exactly the same thing. Three of the students had got up reluctantly and I remained sitting next to the window," she says.

She herself didn't talk about it much, but she spoke recently to the BBC. The churches, buses and schools were all segregated and you couldn't even go into the same restaurants," Claudette Colvin says. The driver kept on going but stopped when he reached a junction where a police squad car was waiting. I can still vividly hear the click of those keys.