Rosa Parks Project made by Isaac Roqueta

Rosa Louise Parks was nationally recognized as the mother of the modern day of the civil rights movement in america. Her refusal to surrender her seat to a white male passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama bus, December 1, 1955, triggered a wave of protest December 5, 1955 that reverberated throughout the United States. Her quiet courageous act changed America, its view of black people and redirected the course of history.

from Rosa Parks: you must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right -Rosa Parks

So, How did Rosa Parks fight for civil rights? Well everyone knows that Rosa Parks was a colored person and back then it was hard for colored people. When colored people were on a bus, they were not able to sit down when i white person was standing next to them. It was very very hard for them and people thought that they were some type of creature and now they dont. Rosa Parks was never afraid every colored person would have to stand when they are told too and Rosa Parks didn't stand she will fight back do negative things why because no stranger doesn't need to tell you to sit down especially if you have a different color skin.

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