Fred Shuttleworth

The house collapsed on top of him. Fried’s wife Mrs. . Southwester told news reporters “He was bombed in bed”. Fred walked away, and preached the at a miracle would come. Several days after Supreme Court ruling took place Montgomery’ buses s to integrate, Rev. Southwester and others challenged the laws in Birmingham by coming togged her white passengers on a city bus. Rev. Fred was arrested over 30 times. He was involved in more cases, either h e was the defendant or a plaintiff. It reached Supreme Court more than any cases in Am Rican history. Fried’s harassment knew no limits.

Supreme Court rejected his legal appeals b cause it was vomited in the wrong kind of size. Back in 1 960, over nine police officers we NT and boarded a bus. They went and arrested Rev. Southwester three teenage kids for refuse Eng to sit in the back with the rest of the African Americans. In 1 963 , tat rally, Mr.. Southwester announced that they were tired of waiting g. They were there waiting for Lobule Cocoon to tell him that they was going to march and wouldn’t until they get their rights. In late May 1963, F-red was sent to the hospital after being hit by a blast from a highlighters fire hose in Birmingham.

Mr.. Cocoon told the public l waited a week to see Southwester get hit by a hose” , ” I’m sorry I missed it”. Fred was carried away in a ambulance, Cocoon also told the world ” I wish they carried away in a hear During Rev. Southwester time as a preacher, he faced many down violence’s. Some from the police and racist mobs. In late 1956, U. S. Supreme Court overruled t he segregation with Gamble buses in Montgomery Alabama is illegal. On Christmas Day in 1956, over 15 SST kicks of dynamite went off below his bedroom window. His floor was blown from beneath his fee et, but he only received a knot on the head.