Fred Gray and Charles Langford file anti-segregation petition
February 1, 1956
Gray and Charles D. Langford file a federal district court petition (which becomes Aurelia S. Browder v. William A. Gayle) on behalf of five Montgomery women to enjoin the city commissioners from enforcing segregation on city buses.
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