Selma-Montgomery March: Martin Luther King leading march from Selma to Montgomery to protest lack of voting rights for African Americans. Beside King is US Congressman John Lewis, Reverend Jesse Douglas, James Forman and Ralph Abernathy. March 1965.
Martin Luther King and Supporters of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Leader Coretta Scott King, Montgomery Bus Boycott ...
Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King at the Montgomery, Alabama courthouse where Dr. King was tried for leading the bus boycott that brought national attention to the Civil Rights Movement.
Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. stands in front of a bus at the end of the Montgomery bus boycott, Montgomery, Alabama, Dec. 26, 1956.
A Montgomery (Ala.) Sheriff's Department booking photo of The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. taken Feb 22, 1956
Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Montgomery bus boycott.
Dr. King handcuffed during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1956
In 1956 Bayard Rustin taught Martin Luther King Jr. strategies of nonviolence during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, thereby launching the civil rights movement. Widely acclaimed as a founding father of m
Glenn Smiley and Martin Luther King, Jr. rode the first bus after the bus boycott in Montgomery ended.