Rosa Parks on December 1st, 1955. This is the famous story of the day that she wouldn't move on the bus and got arrested for it.
It was an afternoon like any other as Rosa waited for the bus.
Rosa took her spot at the back of the bus, where all the black people had to go.
At the next stop, a white man got on, but there was no room in the white's row. The bus driver told the first row of black people to back up, thus creating another white row.
Everybody listened, except for Rosa.
I SAID back up!
Rosa sat calmly while she was lectured and yelled at, but she didn't listen. Soon, the bus driver called the police.
Yeah! You're making the rest of us wait!
You need to move NOW!
That's IT! I'm calling the police!
Just move already!
Rosa got arrested, and sent to jail. She had to go to court, but a friend finally bailed her out after twenty four long hours. In not moving on the bus, she helped the National Advancement for Colored People, (NAACP), make huge huge advancements in their moves towards civil rights, and is a figure of inspiration for modern rights movements.