Project C- Episode 6 Clips
AboutIn Episode Six, The Montgomery Bus Boycott, student reporters lead viewers on a journey through Montgomery, visiting the Rosa Parks Museum and other historic sites pivotal to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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This issue guide is a companion piece to Project C. It was created to encourage open discussions and civic engagement by highlighting important events and actions within the civil rights movement. Click here for the E-book
The book was developed by the David Mathews Center for Civic Life which is a non-profit organization that works with citizens who want to make positive, innovative decisions that lead to action in their communities on issues that concern them. The center works to encourage sustainable community practices that are aimed at building and preserving a healthy democracy.
This issue guide provides a brief overview of the bullying issue and outlines three approaches to addressing this public issue.
Although bullying is often thought of as only a school-related problem, in reality, it affects us all.
Discussion Questions (These are the questions in the Kahoot and Quizizz, if you prefer to use them without the interactives.)
- On what day was Rosa Parks arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery city bus? Why do you think she finally decided not to give up her seat?
- What is the name of the organization that guided the Montgomery Bus Boycott? How was the boycott organized?
- On what day did the Montgomery Bus Boycott officially end? Was the boycott successful?
- Who was the pastor at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Montgomery at the time of the Bus Boycott? What part did he play in the boycott?
For additional educational resources visit these sites:
Rosa Parks Museum and Library--Troy University Montgomery Campus museum website
Montgomery Bus Boycott----Alabama Department of Archives and History Using Primary Sources in the Classroom Civil Rights Movement Unit Lesson 1: Riding the Bus - Taking a Stand
Justice Without Violence Alabama Public Television Documentary
The story of the now legendary Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955-1956. Locally engineered by the African American community, this nonviolent protest to end bus segregation inspired a new era in freedom and human rights struggles around the globe. Never has a movement so successfully united a group of people across class, gender, and age.
Project C: Lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement is made possible through the generous support of:
- Alabama Humanities Foundation, a program of the National Endowment for the Humanities
- American Graduate, a program of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
- Daniel Foundation of Alabama
- Jefferson County Cy Pres Fund
- Robert Meyer Foundation
- Stephens Foundation
- Wells Fargo