Browder v Gayle: The Most Important Civil Rights Case You Never Heard Of
13th November 1956: Browder v Gayle leads to desegregation on buses
Kalief Browder Memorial Scholarship Press Conference
Stand (Part 2)
Aurelia Shines Browder Coleman was an African-American civil rights activist in Montgomery, Alabama. In April 1955, almost eight months before the historic arrest of Rosa Parks and a month after the arrest of Claudette Colvin, she was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white rider.
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