Mrs. Parks was a wonderful woman. With the research that i've done on her I wish I could have met her. she seems like a good friend. Mrs.Parks is a wonderful women in my world. Rosa Parks was a brave and strong women who pushed herself to do what it takes.
Mrs. Parks was born on February 4 ,1913 in tuskegee alabama. She was irish and scottish. She went to a local/rural area school. Mrs.Parks had to quit school because she had to watch after and take care of her grandmother. Mrs.Parks married Raymond Parks ,a barber in Montgomery.
Mrs.Parks was on her way home from work on the bus. All the bus seats were full but she managed to get a seat. A white man boarded the bus. He demanded Mrs.Parks to give up her seat for him.she refused ,so the cops got called, and she was arrested. …show more content…
African Americans were even told to stay of buses and cabs. They walked to and from work.The boycott lasted 381 days long.This was counted as the longest boycott against racial events…
Bill Clinton awarded Rosa Parks the Presidential medal of freedom. That medal was the highest medal of honor given by the executive branch. In 1999 Time Magazine , Rosa Parks was listed one of the most influential women of the 20th century. Rosa Parks has received many other awards and medals.
Rosa Parks was in civil rights for about 50 years! Mrs.Parks was a fighter, she never gave up, she's a strong women. Did you know when she refused to give up her seat to a white man she wasn't even in the whites only section she was in the african american section. He just wanted a seat so he told her to move and she said why should I.
Mrs.Parks died at the great and wonderful age of 92 years old. Mrs.Parks died on October 24, 2005. About 50,000 people came to her memorial services.Rosa Park had several memorial services. She died in her apartment in Detroit, Michigan. Mrs.Parks was diagnosed with progressive