They Were Afraid To Sit In The Front Of The Bus
March 29, 2012, 12:23 AM
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Paul Kersey:

"We already know that more than 100 bus drivers in the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) refused to work because "they were scared for their lives" after numerous attacks on the Black drivers by young Black people. Instead of driving their routes, they stayed in the Rosa Parks Transit Center (not to be confused with the Rosa Parks Hempstead Transit Center in Long Island) without one employee realizing the irony of the situation."

The irony is that they were afraid to sit in the front of the bus.