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The Rosa Parks Story


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The Rosa Parks Story


This is an account of the life of Mrs. Rosa Louise McCauly Parks and her actions in the civil rights movement. After she refused to give up her seat for a White man on a racially segregated bus after a long day at work, she was arrested. Her example and treatment prompted a bus boycott as a major civil rights demonstration in Montgomery, Alabama; it lasted 381 days from 1955 to 1956.


 

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