The First Lady Of Civil Rights
- 1 Rosa Parks
- 2 Triumph
- 3 Tragedy
Violence was brought against many peaceful black protesters upset Americans. Many people got injured and killed protesting for the bus boycott. After a long day at work Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on a segregated bus in December 1, 1955.
She then was escorted out of the bus by a police officer and then arrested.
Rosa Parks worked as a seamstress. She went on the Cleveland Avenue bus for home. She sat in a seat in the first of many rows for “colored” passengers.After Rosa Parks was arrested, many other African American people immediately started a bus boycott held by African Americans on December 5 to stop segregation.
The U.S. Congress has called her “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement” after her role in the Civil Rights Movement. She stopped racial segregation for all African Americans.
A newspaper reporting about Rosa parks. Rosa parks arrest report. Rosa parks protesting. Rosa parks on a non segregated bus. A police officer recording Rosa parks fingerprints
In Montgomery, Alabama Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the Montgomery bus to a white man. Rosa Parks violated an Alabama segregation law but she stood up for herself and other African American people. Rosa Parks had a big role in the Civil Rights Movement.Rosa Parks was given the nickname The Mother Of Civil Rights Movement she helped stopped racial segregation for all African American people within a year. Rosa Parks helped all African American have a voice on their equal rights. Rosa Parks received national recognition. Parks received many awards like the NAACP’s 1979 Spingarn Medal, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and a occurring statue in the United States Capitol National Statuary Hall. Upon her death in 2005, she was the first woman and third non-US government official to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda.
Lots of people got injured and got killed while protesting for Parks and the bus boycott. Racist police officers, sheriffs, fire hoses, police dogs and Klan violence was brought against many peaceful black protesters upset Americans. Many African American people still got treated and judged by people over the time. After the boycott Rosa Parks got arrested from her first job as a seamstress and received many death threats from many people. The people who worked with Rosa Parks like Martin Luther King Jr., Edger Nixon received many death threats. Sadly Martin Luther King Jr. was killed after being shot while standing up on his balcony outside by James Earl Ray. In Rosa Parks final year of life she suffered from dementia at the age of 92.
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