21 September 2012
I'm doing my report on Rosa Parks. What Rosa Parks did changed people from the very moment she did it. It sent a powerful message to people that she was tired of being second-guessed by people. When the white man told Rosa Parks to get to the back; when she didn't. She basically changed history after that moment. Rosa Parks stood up for what she believed in and nothing more.
Mrs. Parks was born Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, Febuary 13 ,2012 in Tuskegee, Alabama.Parks, Rosa and Steele Elaine) She was the first child of James and Leona Edwards McCauley.(Parks, Rosa and Steele, Elaine) Her brother, Sylvester McCauley, now decreased, was born August 20, 2015.(Parks, Rosa and Steele, Elaine) Her mother worked as a carpenter and her mother as a teacher.(Reynolds, Brain) At the age of two she moved to her grandparents' farm in Pine Level, Alabama with her mother and younger brother, Syvester.(Reynolds, Brain) When she is at age eleven she's enrolled on the Montgomery Industrial School for Girls ( Miss White's School for Girls) a private institution.(Parks, Rosa; Steele Elaine, and Reynolds, Brain)
After finishing Miss White's School for Girls, she went to Alabama State Teacher's College High School.(Parks, Rosa and Steele Elaine) She was unable to graduate because her mother became ill, therefore she continued to take care of their home and take care for her mother while her brother.(Parks, Rosa and Steele Elaine) Syvester worked outside of the home.(Parks, Rosa and Steele Elaine) After attending Alabama State Teacher's College, the young Rosa settled in Montgomery, with her husband, Raymond Parks.(Reynolds, Brain) The couple joined the local chapter of the NACCP(National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and worked quietly for many years to improve the lot of African-Americans in the segregated south.( Reynolds, Brain)
She worked as a secretary for the Montgomery, Alabama...
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