Rosa Parks was a woman of her word. She had no children. Her mom’s name was Leona Edwards. Her dad's name was James McCauley her dad was a carpenter.When Parks’s was a girl in school she had to walk to school. She became a symbol of struggle and freedom. She stopped segregation and she was then respected by many people. She was known as the mother of civil rights.
The Montgomery bus boycott was an event in time where blacks were supposed to sit in the back and if a white person told you to stand up you and move so they …show more content…
They all worked together to make their rights equal. They also worked to get equal rights and be treated like anyone else would be treated. Park’s was and gracious woman and meant no harm to anyone. She wanted equal rights she hated being treated badly. One of the quotes were “ courage is standing up for what you believe in.”
The bus boycott was desegregated on December 20, 1956, and all whites and blacks were able to sit wherever they wanted to sit. Now people can basically sit where they want and all whites and blacks are treated the same. Today all people are allowed to do whatever. Colored people now date white people and same the other way. Rosa today is now learned in schools all around and highly respected. Also, Rosa died October 24, 2005.
People were not treated right back then and now we know that everyone is to be treated equally. Now we need to thank Rosa Parks for the difference she made. We also need to be thankful we have people like her to fight what we want. She isn’t the only one who had to do with how we are today we have more freedoms and they need to be