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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105116: Express future
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    On December 1st 1955, when she refused to give up her seat to a White man on 'the Cleveland Avenue bus' in Montgomery, (Alabama) Mrs Parks didn't know she the tremendous movement of Desegregation in the South of the US. After her arrest, the African Americans of Montgomery met and wondered : ' How to show our discontent ? What sort of action ? A boycott of the buses was chosen but they also decided they a march for the following weekend. On Saturday 2nd, everybody asked : ' a petition ? Are we the movement of protest in church on Sunday ? '
    On Monday, 4th, the boycotting people were at the bus-stop and said :'Look, the bus , but it's empty ! ' The boycott was a success... It lasted more than a year...
    Martin Luther King, a young, newly arrived Baptist minister, led the organization of the Boycott and the subsequent (following) actions. Waiting for MLK, one of the walking workers said : 'I wonder if here by car, but he with us..., for sure !' Others added : ' I suppose it's been decided that we all along the march. The hymns and songs us all ! ' Some other man asked :'Do you think use a microphone or a loudspeaker ? ' When he arrived, Luther King said : 'Let's go now, ' What is sure, is that Martin Luther King the charismatic leader of this movement, and that a few years later, he awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his highprofile non-violent actions !

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