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 Standing up by sitting down..... "When Mrs. Xenical online review Parks came back from Highlander, xenical online review she still had her job at the Montgomery Fair as seamstress. It was during the Christmas rush and the room where she worked was little and hot. The heavy pressing irons added to the heat. She had bursitis in her shoulder, xenical online review which pained her very much. One afternoon she stopped to buy a big bag of groceries after work. Her arm was very painful, xenical online review and she was exhausted from her day spent in that hot little room. She had complained about the bus to me and discussed it many times. She had told me how she’d pay her money and then have to run around to the back door to get in, xenical online review and the driver would slam the door and ride off leaving her standing on the curb after she’d paid her money. She had resented this for years. She resented having to get up and give her seat to white people. The buses had been a very hot issue in Montgomery. The local NAACP had had many cases they’d tried to take into the courts about it. Xenical online review . Xenical online review . This particular afternoon, xenical online review Mrs. Xenical online review Parks later told me, xenical online review she was exhausted. The bus she took went out to the housing project and was full of blacks, xenical online review but some white men got on. The bus driver turned around and said, xenical online review the way they always said, xenical online review “Niggers, xenical online review move back.” And she just sat. The driver came up to her. He said, xenical online review “Did you hear me say to move back?” She said yes. He said, xenical online review “Areyou going to move back?” She said no. He called the police, xenical online review and they came and arrested her and took her to jail. Xenical online review . Xenical online review . Xenical online review ." No doubt we've heard of Rosa Parks, xenical online review few of us have heard the name, xenical online review Virginia Durr.   A Southern belle 'contradiction' in her own right, xenical online review Mrs. Xenical online review Durr was raised to be a socialite.  However, xenical online review her years at Wellesly quickly derailed those plans and awakened what was to become an ardent civil rights activist.  She and her husband were the ones who went to the Montgomery County jail and posted bond for Rosa Parks. Another excerpt from Dorothy Kellner's piece describes a tenacious, xenical online review compassionate Durr: "She could easily have become an alcoholic Zelda Fitzgerald or a Blanche DuBois, xenical online review if the circumstances of her life had shifted just a little bit. Instead, xenical online review Virginia was fortunate to have been radicalized and not destroyed by what she saw around her in Birmingham, xenical online review Alabama, xenical online review as an aristocratic white matron during the worst days of the Depression. “Whah, xenical online review Dottie, xenical online review” she would exclaim to me in the thickest of Southern accents, xenical online review “people were hungry and had nothing, xenical online review so how could I go to the Junior League meetings when milk was being poured down the sewers?” ( http://www.jewishcurrents.org/2006-may-zellner.html ) Virginia and her husband were also the victims of red-baiting in the 1950's, xenical online review however "nothing much scared Virginia". In the Senate Internal Security committee where she was called to 'testify'in 1954, xenical online review she refused to be intimidated, xenical online review emphatically denied she was a communist and refused to answer further questions. The Durrs continued their support of civil rights even though they were spied on by the FBI and ostracized by neighbors and some family members.  Americans owe much to individuals like Rosa Parks, xenical online review Virginia Durr and many others that didn't accept the unacceptable.   They stood up.    Picture of Virginia with her daughters on her 90th birthday in 1993 at Marthas Vineyard. Excerpts from Dorothy Zellner's, xenical online review  "They stood up - Rosa Parks and Virginia Durr, xenical online review Heroines of the Civil Rights Movement" at:  http://www.jewishcurrents.org/2006-may-zellner.htm