The Montgomery Bus Boycott

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1. On what date did protesters set up the MIA to improve integration, starting with buses?

  • 24th December 1956
  • 5th December 1955
  • 12th June 1955
  • 7th November 1954
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2. How long did the boycott last?

  • 50 days
  • 381 days
  • 365 days
  • 200 days

3. What were the consequences for the Montgomery bus company?

  • The bus drivers were all sent to prison.
  • They lost lots of money and got bad publicity.
  • Their service was terminated due to bankruptcy.

4. What does the MIA stand for?

  • The Montgomery Improvement Agency
  • The Montgomery Interstate Ammendment
  • Montgomery's Improvements and Ammendments

5. On which date did the black people ride on buses again?

  • 16th May 1957
  • 21st December 1956
  • 18th June 1956
  • 20th November 1955

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