Interview with Jo Ann Robinson
QUESTION 30
LLEW SMITH:

IN 1955, THIRTEEN MONTHS YOU WON.

Jo Ann Robinson:

We won. We felt that we were citizens. This is not a part of the bus boycott, but right at the bat when we won, they—integration of the buses, we started right back with the sit-ins and then the stand-ins, that opened up all of these segregated stations, train, and plane and that kind of thing. Nobody ever talks about that but that was a continuation of that bus boycott. We integrated the buses and then you remember that Montgomery started the stand-ins, going into places where they were not served, and demanding to be served.