February 12, 2013
Rosa Parks was born Feb.4th, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama. Her parents are Leona McCauley and James McCauley and she only had one brother name Sylvester. Rosa parks was born Rosa Louise McCauley she was in African American civil rights activist, whom the U.S. congress called ‘the first lady of civil rights and” “the mother of the free movement”. Rosa Parks went to Highland Research and Education Center and Alabama State University. Rosa Parks’s childhood brought her early experiences with racial equality. After Rosa Park’s parents separated her mother moved the family to pin level, Alabama to live with her parents Rosa and Sylvester Edwards. Both of her parents are farmer slaves and strong advocates for racial equality. When Rosa parks was younger her interests and hobbies was sew and school. What influence her was her parents being separated had a huge impact on her so she worked hard for that to change. An important event in her childhood life was her parent’s separation. Rosa Park’s job in her early career life was seamstress and a housekeeper. Rosa Parks first big career move was starting the bus boycott movement. Her career achievements are civil rights movement, stood up to whites and stopped the separation. Rosa parks got an award for Congressional Gold Medal Of Honor and President Medal of Freedom. Her contributions to others and community are the Montgomery Bus Boycott and Stood up to whites on the bus. Her contribution takes place in Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa parks integrating Montgomery Al buses took place on December 1, 1955. She did not change the world, she was a brave lady that saw injustice and fought against it. Rosa parks will always be associated with the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955-56 which many regard as the start of a major civil rights off ensive in American. Rosa park had got put in jail for not giving up her seat for a white man when...
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