Another reason being we want to hang around people ‘like us’. All speaking the same language, being the same race, having the same culture, all of these points give us a sense of belonging with one another which can draw us to each other forming a sort of group. And quite often it’s normal to feel like this and it’s ok to feel this way, however sometimes this can cause an unwanted rift between one group and another. This might lead to one thinking they are superior to the others and that’s when problems may begin to arise. However we can’t forget the great people who stood up against classism and had the courage to say that this isn’t right. That what was happening to people of ‘colored’ skin and women was wrong. Like the great Rosa Parks who refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on December 1st 1955, where at the time people of ‘colored’ skin and white people were separated. It was a small act at first, nothing major but that small act turned into something incredible and is now recognized as one of the largest and most successful mass movements against racial segregation. On December 5th the day of her official trial she arrived at the courthouse and was greeted with the sight of over 500 locals who had gathered to support her. Afterwards she no longer travelled on the buses and opted to walk to work instead and soon after, everyone was doing the same thing.Most of the estimated 40,000 African-American and even some white commuters living in the city at the time had ditched the buses and instead decided to walk to work every day, some even up to 30 kilometers. They this movement the Montgomery Bus Boycott and it went on for over a year. With the Transit Company and downtown business suffering financial loss to keep a stable economy they had no choice but to lift the enforcement of segregation on public buses and the Montgomery Bus Boycott officially ended on December 20th 1956 but although that is known as the largest mass movement against racial discrimination it only did so much.