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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

$14

Bernice's Seven Five

cognac + coconut + pistachio + lemon + bubbles

In 1943, twelve years before Rosa Parks refused to get out of her seat in Montgomery,
17-year-old Bernice Delatte was arrested for defying segregation rules on a bus in
New Orleans. And not far from New Orleans, Black community members in Baton
Rouge organized a bus boycott in 1953—two years before the much more well known
Montgomery bus boycott. In fact, the Baton Rouge boycott served as a model for the
Montgomery boycott, with Dr. King consulted the Baton Rouge leaders about tactics.

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