Throughout recent history, buses have played an important role for collective action for social change.

From Rosa Parks’ stand against segregation and the Montgomery boycotts to the Freedom Riders, buses have played a critical role in uniting the civil rights movement while moving people to action, literally and figuratively.

The Moving Monuments is a public art project meant to reflect the shared ideals and values of Precinct One, and to elevate social justice heroes who broke down barriers, fought for equality, and led movements toward justice. Who and what we choose to honor publicly should reflect our shared values and an accurate portrayal of history.  We hope that seeing these heroes around Precinct One inspires you to take action in your life to fight for the rights of others in the face of injustice.

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Learn more about Precinct One's Transportation Program