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Alabama — Last summer, African-American man Worcy Crawford passed away at the age of 92. If you are unfamiliar with the name, you aren’t the only one.

With his passing, a civil rights story of epic proportions went untold.

When people think of buses and the civil rights era, they think of Rosa Parks. But many forget that there was a man who was busing around all the Blacks during the time of segregation. This man didn’t only bus Blacks, he owned the buses.

Read more at the NYTimes


Google honors Rosa Parks 55th bus anniversary

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