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This was an amazing movie.It depicted a lot of footage of Rosa Parks, E.D. Nixon Jr., and many people who were related to Rosa Parks.It gave me a very good picture of what it was like back in 1955 and during the Montgomery bus boycott.The movie also came along with a booklet that had a copy of the original police records and also a copy of the Montgomery City Code.It also had classroom-related discussions and questions that you should ask yourself/your class.The movie had some reenactments; you couldn't really tell that it was not from the 1950's, as they used vintage cameras and the actors looked much like the original people.I would definitely recommend this amazing documentary to anyone who wants to learn about the Montgomery bus boycott and the Civil Rights Movement.
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