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Rosa Parks Biography: How Ordinary People Can Change The World, Montgomery Bus Boycott and More?

Chris Dicker

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Table of Contents

Birth and Childhood (1913–1931)

Marriage to Raymond Parks (1932)

Early Activism (1932–1955)

The Montgomery Bus Boycott (1952)

Years in Detroit (1957–1967)

The Fight For the Freedom of Political Prisoners

Death of Her Husband (1977)

Last Year and Death (1978–2005)

Final Thoughts

Birth and Childhood (1913-1931)

If most people have to stand up for their rights, Rosa Parks choose the opposite way, to “sit down for her rights,” and by doing so she entered in the history books. In the famous episode of the Montgomery Bus, when Rosa Parks refused to give up her place in the bus, marked an important moment in the fight for civil rights. This recognized her as the “mother of the freedom movement.”

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