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This versatile and affordable poster delivers sharp, clean images and a high degree of color accuracy. Your poster is printed with an offset lithography press with a coating to protect the inks.
In 1955, Rosa Parks (1913-2005) took a stand for minorities by refusing to give her seat to a white man on a segregated Montgomery, Alabama bus. Parks was then arrested for breaking a local ordinance, triggering outrage and a 382-day boycott that crippled the Montgomery bus system. The following year, the Supreme Court desegregated public transportation, and Parks became a Civil Rights icon. In this photo, Parks is shown riding a Montgomery bus the day of the city’s transportation system integration, along with a United Press International reporter. Read More
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