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Rosa Park saw a vacant seat in the middle of the bus and took it. The next stop was the Empire Theatre, and some whites got on. They filled up the white seats and one man was left standing. The driver looked back and noticed the man standing. Then he looked back at us. He said, ‘’Let me have some front seats,’’ because they were the front seats of the black section. Nobody moved.We sat just right where we were, the four of us.
The man in the window seat next to me stood up, and I moved to let him pass by me, and then I looked across the aisle and saw that the two women were standing. I moved over to the window seat. I could not see how standing up was going to ‘make it light for me’. The bus driver saw me still sitting there, and he asked was I going to stand up. I said, “No”. He said, “Iam going to have you arrested”. Then I said, “You may do that”. He got out of the bus and stayed outside for a few minutes, waiting for the police.
cember 1, I went to Court got off from work that evening of DeI When Square as usual to catch the Cleveland Avenue bus home. I didn’t look to see who was driving when I got on, and by the time I recognized him, I had already paid my fare. It was the same driver who had put me off the bus back in 1943, twelve years earlier. He was still tall and heavy, with red, rough-looking skin. And he was still mean-looking