Montgomery, Alabama. On a city bus, Rosa Parks – a respectable, middle-aged black woman – is ordered to give up her seat for a white passenger. Quietly and calmly, Park refuses. She is immediately arrested and charged under the State´s nercukess segregation laws. Montgomery´s black community, led by a young Martin Luther King, is quick to rally to Parks´support. What begins as a 24 hour boycott of the city´s buses turns into a year long struggle; a bitter and relentless fight against prejudice and inequality. In English.
(Více v článku Americans Celebrate Achievements of Martin Luther King Jr.)