Southern state laws prevent segregated travel.
Bernard Lafayette, Jr.
On the difficulty of traveling in the South
On traveling in the South in 1960
On why traveling in the South was unconscionable for black people
Freedom To Travel, Part 1
Traveling in the South was dangerous for blacks.
Freedom To Travel, Part 2
Freedom To Travel, Part 3
On September 22, 1961, the ICC ordered all signage enforcing segregation to be taken down.