The entire point of the book is to publicize this person's life and her important achievements on behalf of the Civil Rights movement.
The Black Community in Montgomery
While there are many minor characters in the book, none of them adds up to the full force of this group in Montgomery.
Claudette was raised by these people who were always kind and supportive of her.
A young black lawyer who represented Claudette in both of her court cases.
A reserved seamstress and secretary of the local NAACP.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Then a young black preacher rising in prominence who led the Montgomery bus boycott and only partially recognized Claudette's achievements.
A segregationist of Montgomery who was an unrelenting opponent of the black community and the bus boycott.
Mary Louise Smith
Another young black teenager who, like Claudette...
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