Montgomery, Alabama: Rosa Parks waits for the Bus

Bronze statue by Clydetta Fulmer stands on the spot where Rosa Parks waited for the bus on Dec. 1, 1955. Unveiled Dec. 1, 2019.

1 Dexter Ave., Montgomery, AL
Downtown, on the north side of Dexter Ave., at its intersection with Court Square.
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Rosa Parks statue.

Rosa Parks Waits For The Bus

Rosa is right by a traffic circle with street parking available close by -- some free some metered. Historical marker close by also.

[EC, 12/13/2019]

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