1. Rosa parks is a lady that is none today as the woman that never gave up her seat on the bus for the white person.Rosa parks was the first woman of the civil rights war she graduated from high school in 1933, her mom was a teacher and her dad was a carpenter. She lived in Alabama were the war was very bad at because of all the racism going on.
2. Rosa park’s adult life was a different because of all the civil rights movement going on and then when they had forced her to get out the seat and give it away she refused to move so she had got sent to jail and that when MLK Jr, was protesting against them and not riding the buses so the bus company would go out of business.
3. She had to go through a separation from her dad when she was younger and her and her brother had to pack up and leave.They moved with there grandparents who were slaves and strong believers in equal rights for black and white people.
4. Once the boycott began with a protest against park’s arrest, Rosa Park’s and MLK met and were well acquainted as the boycott and her tail progressed. She never got shot it was another peaceful protest, Rosa park’s was a wonderful person because she always believed in human rights she believed that we should be treated like people her famous word was you must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right.
She died on October 24 2005,
5. Rosa parks is the First Lady of the USA civil rights war and of the freedoms movement but sadly she passed away on October 24, 2005, she died of natural causes leaving behind a rich legacy of resistance against racial discrimination and injustice. Her mother name was Leona McCauley and her father name was James McCauley
Fun fact she graduated in 1933
1.They made museum of the history of when Rosa park’s public bus and where she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white person, Historic markers designate to the site. Rosa parks is none for something that she a did back in the day.
2. Rosa parks is like amazing she died but she left’s a good part of her behind as she had died, her spouse was Raymond Park ( m. 1932-1977) her nationality American in 1957 parks moved with her husband and mother to Detroit, where from 1965 to 1988 she worked on the staff of Michigan Congressman.
3. The event that triggered the boycott took place in Montgomery on December 1,1955, after seamstress Rosa parks didn’t listen to the bus drivers of the city bus. Local law dictated that African American passengers sat at the back of the bus while white people sat in the front of the bus, if the white parts is full the African American had to give up there seats in the back of the bus When Parks refused to move to give her seat to white riders, she was taken to jail she was later bailed out by a local civil right leader.