ed that, “Brown decision proved that the lawsuit method adopted by the National Association for sole purpose of Advancement of Color People (NAACP) had capability to weaken the strong legal foundations of the Southern segregationist practices.” This strategy yielded fruits only because blacks acted independently. In addition, after the statement by the Supreme Court that public schools discrimination were unconstitutional, black activist saw the need to urge and force the government to put into realization decisions and do the same in every aspect or sphere of life and not only in schools. In 1950s and 60s NAACP and legislative petitions were inspired by growing number of militant and enormous movements who were restless for change (McKissack & Fredrick 12).
According to McKissack & Fredrick (16), Montgomery Bus Boycott together with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, was another institution during the civil rights movement in which, Rosa Parks of Alabama resisted Southern custom, which ensured that blacks surrender seats at the front side of the bus to whites. On her imprisonment, a community of black fellows boycotted the city bus for a year. This showed the unity and firmness of black populace in trying to get their civil rights. According to Mckissack and Fredrick (42), “the Montgomery movement, consequently led to the inception of new organization known as Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) headed by Martin Luther.”
Martin Luther continued to be a key representative for the black’s movement until the beginning of 1960 when freshmen at the vibrant North Carolina College of Agriculture, by a way of starting student’s sit-ins, with an objective of halting isolation within lunch counters. In 1960, he formed another movement known as Student Non-violent Coordination Committee (SNCC) (McKissack & Fredrick 23). These students pressed the creation and advancement of free and impartial indigenous movements, which contradicted the