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On March 2, , she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus in segregated Montgomery, Alabama , nine months prior to Rosa Parks ' famous arrest for the same offense. Colvin was among the four plaintiffs originally included in the federal court case filed by civil rights attorney Fred Gray on February 1, , as Browder v.

Gayle , and she testified before the three-judge panel that heard the case in the United States District Court. On June 13, , the judges determined that the state and local laws requiring bus segregation in Alabama were unconstitutional. Colvin was the last witness to testify. Three days later, the Supreme Court issued an order to Montgomery and the state of Alabama to end bus segregation, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott was called off.

For many years, Montgomery's black leaders did not publicize Colvin's pioneering effort because she was a teenager who was reportedly made pregnant by a married man. However, she actually did not become pregnant until later.

Colvin said, "Young people think Rosa Parks just sat down on a bus and ended segregation, but that wasn't the case at all. Colvin was born September 5, , and was adopted by Q. Colvin and Mary Anne Colvin. Her father mowed lawns, and her mother worked as a maid.

She was at a retail store with her mother when a couple of white boys entered. They asked her to touch hands in order to compare them. Seeing this, her mother slapped her face and told her that she was not allowed to touch the white boys. In , Colvin was a student at the segregated Booker T. Washington High School in the city. She said that she aspired to be President one day. The convention of the time was that if the bus became so crowded that all the so-called "white seats" in front were filled and a white person was standing, any African Americans were supposed to get up from these seats, move to the back, and stand if there were no free seats.

When a white woman who got on the bus was left standing, the bus driver, Robert W. Cleere, commanded Colvin and three other black women in her row to move to the back. The other three moved, but a pregnant black woman, Ruth Hamilton, got on and sat next to Colvin. The driver looked at them in his mirror. Hamilton] said she was not going to get up and that she had paid her fare and that she didn't feel like standing," recalls Colvin.

So he said, 'If you are not going to get up, I will get a policeman. Hamilton could move back, but Colvin still refused. She was forcibly removed from the bus and arrested by the two policemen, Thomas J. Ward and Paul Headley. She told me to let Rosa be the one: When Colvin refused to get up, she was thinking about a school paper she had written that day about the local custom which prevented blacks from using the dressing rooms and trying on clothes in department stores.

You had to take a brown paper bag and draw a diagram of your foot [ She decided on that day that she wasn't going to move. She shouted that her constitutional rights were being violated. Colvin was convicted of disturbing the peace , violating the segregation laws , and assault.

He told her that she had brought the Revolution to Montgomery. After her refusal to give up her seat, she was arrested and then charged on three accounts: Together with Aurelia S.

The case, organized and filed by civil rights attorney Fred Gray , determined that bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabama was unconstitutional. That was worse than stealing, you know, talking back to a white person. On June 5, , the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama issued a ruling declaring the state of Alabama and Montgomery's laws mandating bus segregation unconstitutional.

State and local officials appealed the case to the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court summarily affirmed the decision on November 13, One month later, the Supreme Court declined to reconsider, and on December 20, , the court ordered Montgomery and the state of Alabama to end bus segregation permanently. Colvin gave birth to a son, Raymond. He was so light-skinned like his father that people frequently assumed his father was a white man.

Colvin left Montgomery for New York City in , [12] because she had difficulty finding and keeping work following the notoriety of the federal court case which had overturned bus segregation.

Similarly, Parks left Montgomery for Detroit in Claudette got a job as a nurse's aide in a nursing home in Manhattan, where she worked for 35 years, retiring in While living in New York, she had a second son who ultimately became an accountant in Atlanta, married, and had his own family. Raymond Colvin died in in New York, aged 37 of a heart attack. Though Colvin could be said to be the spark that ignited the Montgomery bus boycott movement, she rarely told her story once she moved to New York City.

By this time, the conversation in the black community was focusing on black enterprise rather than integration issues. NPR 's Margot Adler has stated that black organizations felt Rosa Parks would be a better test case for integration because she was an adult, and had the kind of hair and appearance needed to make her look middle-class. In , Colvin told the Montgomery Advertiser that even given the opportunity, she would not have changed her decision to remain seated on the bus.

Let the people know Rosa Parks was the right person for the boycott. But also let them know that the attorneys took four other women to the Supreme Court to challenge the law that led to the end of segregation. Colvin has often said she is not angry that she did not get the recognition she deserved; rather, she is disappointed.

She said she felt as if she was "getting her Christmas in January rather than the 25th. He remarks that if the ACLU had used her civil disobedience, rather than Rosa Parks' eight months later, to highlight the injustice of segregation, a young preacher named Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I think that history only has room enough for certain—you know, how many icons can you choose?

So, you know, I think you compare history, like—most historians say Columbus discovered America, and it was already populated. Colvin and her family have been fighting for recognition. In , the Smithsonian Institution and its National Museum of African-American History and Culture were called out by Colvin and her family asking for Colvin to be given a more prominent mention in the history of the civil rights movement.

Colvin was not even invited when the Smithsonian formally dedicated the museum, which opened to the public in September Roy White, who was in charge of most of the project asked Colvin if she would have liked to appear in a video to tell her story, Colvin refused. Although such incidents have occurred, Colvin's role has not gone completely unrecognized. In , Colvin was honored by the Montgomery Council, and Rembert was the man behind this honorary proclamation.

March 2 was named Claudette Colvin day in Montgomery Alabama. Colvin has been recognized in the past as well. Councilman Larkin's sister was on the bus in when Colvin was arrested. Larkin had a streetcar named after Colvin a few years ago.

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Even MOC do it-hell I had a black guy tell me he liked that I was a "white girl in a black girls body" and that he would actually date me because of this. That's the dumbest shit I read all day. The sad thing is that I know another black guy like this. I would give him the ugliest face I had because I would be cringing so hard.

That's sad that he would say that to a fellow black person. I feel sorry for him. A white man told me the only reason he chose me over a white girl was because I was a woc. I was more shocked that I was being told that than offended immediately because no one outside of my culture, race or ethnicity had ever told me that or made me feel fetishized.

I think white guys say things like that because they truly believe they are a prize to woc black women in particular. They feel like you should be flattered that they are even talking to you and you would have to be insane to turn them down.

They are creeps who prey on women that they consider easy targets. Dating is so hard. This is why I never dated out of my race. My father told my sisters and I not to ever do it. God rest his soul. He was never one to mince words. His exact words were, "You are the proverbial monkeys to other races". So, those words stuck like glue to my soul. The thing is I've dated the rainbow. I only ever get this crap from white men who are interested in me.

And it's not every time or all white men, because not everyone has conveyed this to me. However the number that have is too damn high. There's a lot of white men who are "woke" so to speak, but I seem to not attract those They're assholes that think it's "fun" and "unique" to date someone of a different race. Rather than see you as a human being they see you as a fun little thing.

It always shows how much they view black folks as an extreme "other", especially black women. How do y'all keep dating these dudes after you experience that treatment? Do you ever get to a point where you choose not to even consider dating white since this is what you have to put up with? Or do you just keep thinking the next one wont be like that?

As someone on the opposite side of the equation, both white men and white women are granted the privilege of being just individuals and not representing their entire genders.

You see some brothers saying they once had a bad experience with a WOC or their mothers. Seriously and that was all it took to not date POC.

I've stopped entertaining white guys even White Latinos because this behavior became too much. I used to be young and ignorant, so I've dated a lot of these so called 'liberated' polyamorous white dudes who think having a non-white girlfriend to supplement the white For Real Girlfriend is somehow a political statement.

Do you ever get to a point where you choose not to even consider dating white since this is what you have to put up with. Ive met non-black dudes of various races who told me they'll never date black women again because they've had bad experiences she was super ratchet or rude or whatever bad trait that makes someone obnoxious to date , and it angered me because I was like how can you exclude a whole race?? Like i'd tell them to just keep an open mind and realize not all black women are like that.

So I apply that line of thinking to them, yes its annoying as hell to be called chocolate or be fetishized or whatever, but I dont cut them off because I remond myself that they don't represent their whole race just like foolish ignorant ratchet black people dont represent black people as a whole. Ive dated asians, whites, hispanics I'd never know that if it werent for him! Idk I just keep an open mind and try to think positive:. It's a small exaggerated minority.

Idk but I feel uncomfortable with this assessment. But I can't articulate why. I've only ever heard this once from a dude I wasn't dating. He said it and I cussed him out and ended the friendship not a bizmarkee friendship. I've heard similar from black dudes usually "for a dark skinned woman" from them. I think if I had more bad experiences I'd be less open to wypipo as an option.

For some reason white guys have been the majority of men who are attracted to me. I basically turned into this gif soon as they would bust it out.

I've also, strangely heard of it coming from Black men. They've usually spent their whole lives putting white girls on a pedestal and a mark of achievement. As a lady-loving lady, I'd only wanna bring up any of these issues in the context of making sure I was able to make a WOC feel welcome in my bathroom, ya know? Like, my head turns into a little greaseball if I don't wash my hair at least every other day, and especially after sex.

Other than that, try treating any woman like a person with hopes and dreams and desires and I know I'm preaching to the choir and most of these idiots who wanna "taste the rainbow" like it's some video game achievement are a lost cause anyway.

But I betcha most of us are pretty sweet and tasty? Almost every time I meet another white guy who has been with black women, they try to give me a fistbump or smile at me like I am part of their fucked up club celebrating their "exotic" "conquests.

Non-white men, on the other hand, generally just ask me if I have a huge dick or something because CLEARLY an average looking nerdy white dude must be packing heat to attract women of color. I have had one very long relationship with a black woman, which recently ended; other than that I've pretty much been a perpetual bachelor.

But that's beside the point. No I got it lol, I was hoping the NBA comparison would communicate my cheekiness but unfortunately I am just too dry to have a clear tone on the interwebs. I don't blame you at all, my hubby had something similar like this happen to him at work He overheard some coworkers implying that I'm only with him due to his junk size. It made both of us pissed off. It sucks to have your relationship cheapened like that. I'm sorry you have to deal with that too.

I am pretty insensitive to silly comments rooted in unconscious sexism like that these days, but was pretty fucked up about it last time. My ex, who I am on very good terms with, told me that some guy she was talking with posed the question to her. Like wtf, obviously it's insulting to me every time, but why call into question her taste in men while flirting with her?

Sorry y'all have had to deal with this garbage behavior as well. I was ready to go on the war path because of it but I realized its not worth it. Its shows that some people still have some growing up to do. Ugh that's gross on so many levels. Attitudes like that make it seem like all WOC are after guys with big penises and makes it seems like their partners have no other redeeming qualities other than junk size smh.

How do you attempt to filter out these types? I've always been afraid of being in a similar situation. Bring up BLM or something. Usually dudes like this will cut you off before you even have to do all this so that makes it easy.

I'm a white man who is engaged to a black woman, and I think that the "I've never been with a black woman" gambit is disgusting. However, being in a relationship with a black woman has turned me off from most white women, but not because of sexual fetishization.

For me, it's related to a reason that some people of color can be turned off from interracial dating. I've realized the sheer number of "white feminists" who think that because they've experienced sexism, they know what racism feels like. They know what the "black community needs. If I were to date a white woman again, she'd have to recognize the privileges she holds.

With people who know that I'm in a relationship with a black woman, I'm turned to to give my perspective on race-related issues. I guess you could call this ally-privilege, which makes me somewhat uncomfortable to hold. Ok, that's the end of my rant. I'm not trying to make a post about me, but offering what might be a unique perspective on the matter.

My apologies if this comes off as patronizing or seems like an alternate form of fetishization. Please criticize if you feel like it. I don't think I can be with a man who would say this about his own race. Even though I semi-agree with your assessment. My side eye will stay activated. This is why dating as a black woman is like entering a battlefield Can't trust non-black men because One thing I will never forget: A good friend and I went out for New Years, and this one Indian guy was forcibly turning my friend around so he can dance with her from behind.

Woah — what, really? It bothers the crap out of me. Anyway, this is my long, drawn out way of thanking you for being one of the few to people brave enough to shed some light on this. I often want to ask some of these guys in their face why they are so afraid of us. What makes us undateable? And why must you feel that you have to cater to whatever your presume our cultural guise to be?

Just talk to me, and approach me like any other regular woman. The concept of black people, and black women, existing, should no longer be foreign. My ex husband had that syndrome lol. Funny black men were not where I started though. Again, love this post. I assumed they wanted to cash in on any future multi-million contract I would eventually signed. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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