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Rivers of Change
This website accompanies the documentary film Rivers of Change: The Legacy of Five Unheralded Women in Montgomery and their Struggle for Justice and Dignity, which examines a group of women who helped to carry out the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Information on the film, background historical information on the bus boycotts, and a timeline are included on the site. (Source: William Dickerson-Waheed Cosmo-D productions)