Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Question # 303

Id the bus, and it's not the first yellow bus.

9 comments:

  1. is this the bus which was named desire and inspired street car named desire play and movie

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  2. The No. 2857 bus,Rosa Parks was asked to give up her seat for a white passenger and this event sparked the Montgomery bus boycott and provided an impetus to Civil rights movement

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  3. Rosa parks planted the seeds of African-American Civil Rights Movement in this bus

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  4. Quoting wiki: The No. 2857 bus on which Rosa Parks was riding before she was arrested (a GM "old-look" transit bus, serial number 1132), is now a museum exhibit at the Henry Ford Museum

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  5. It is the bus, made 'famous' in the Rosa Parks incident. Now kept in the Ford Museum.

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  6. Rosa Parks:civil rights icon who refused to give up her bus seat to a white man. This led to montgomery bus boycott.

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  7. Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and move to the back of THIS bus : protest against racial segregation

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  8. The No. 2857 bus on which Parks was riding before she was arrested (a GM "old-look" transit bus, serial number 1132), is now a museum exhibit at the Henry Ford Museum

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  9. The bus Rosa Parks was riding when she got arrested

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