This Week in Black History

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December 20, 1956

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. announces the end of a 381-day bus boycott against the city of Montgomery, Ala., after city officials agreed to let black passengers sit on the front of the bus. It marks the first clear victory of then-fledgling civil rights movement.

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