Montgomery bus boycottBy: Olivier Hurni     “The only tired I was, was tired of giving in,” Parks, Quotesfav. People of color and some whites wanted to end segregation because they wanted to ride home on non segregated buses. The whites wanted to help the colored people to have non segregated buses. They were worked to gain equal rights. This paper will focus about the Montgomery bus boycott, what the Black community did, why they did it, and what laws were added or changed in Montgomery, Alabama in the bus system.     The civil rights activist wanted to end segregation because they thought it was unfair that the African Americans had to stand to the end of the bus when the seats were full. On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks, a 42-year-old African American seamstress, seated in a segregated bus, didn’t give up her seat to a white man. It made the 13-month Montgomery bus boycott become a victory for the Civil Rights movement. Dec 1, 2012. Many whites wanted segregation to continue because they took advantage that the colored were treated very poorly.     First, Martin Luther King JR. organised the meeting with other of  was about not riding buses so that the bus driver wouldn’t get enough money. They used their right to protest non-violently and their right to assemble. They refused to ride the city buses, instead they carpooled, biked, or walked.     A law was passed that there was no more segregation on buses in Montgomery Alabama. This chang made activists very happy to not have to non-segregated buses and not have to worry about being told to go to the back of the bus because there is no more room for the colored. The colored are treated better so they get to take the coloreds spots when there wasn’t any more spots for the white to sit. The chang solved the problem and the problem still exist today does not exist today.     Colored are treated the same as whites and there is no more segregation in the USA. Right after segregation ended