Before Dr. Martin Luther King, E.D. Nixon was the principal black leader in Montgomery, Alabama. He helped sparked the Civil Rights Movement and bailed imprisoned civil rights icon, Rosa Parks out of jail. Mr. Nixon's contributions in civil rights, voter registration, leadership, and social justice was paramount in the success of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and advancing the civil rights movement. A true story about the man behind the movement.
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