In 1956, thanks largely to the efforts of Martin Luther King Jr, segrated bus laws in Alabama were ruled unconstitutional. This letter was produced by the "Montgomery Improvement Association" headed by Martin Luther King Jr. The letter highlights caution for all those who were about to have the opportunity to sit anywhere they want on the bus. I find this to be a great read on how King wanted to maintain integrity and peace even after this victory. Take the time to read and share it with others. I'd love to know what other people's take on this is.