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Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks (2002)


(as Bobby Houston)


(as Bobby Houston)
Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win. See more awards »


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Coretta Scott King ...
Herself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Nick LaTour ...
Narrator (voice)
Vincent McCowan ...
E.D. Nixon ...
Himself (archive footage)
Rosa Parks ...
Herself (archive footage)


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A documentary that gives an excellent illustration of the Civil Rights Movement
29 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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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