Feb 5, 2021
Rita gets deep at the start of the show--she shares a question
her therapist asked her that she isn't able to answer. Then Amanda
shares the story of Claudette Colvin, a teen girl who refused to
give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, nine months before Rosa
Parks, and she was one of the plaintiffs in the landmark case that
made segregation on public transportation unconstitutional. But her
story was purposely overlooked and overshadowed.
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