Rosa Parks stand's alone, outside of the bus shelter white it rains because people of her colour are not aloud to stand inside.
On the bus, Rosa is approached by a white man and is asked to move to the back of the bus for no reason. Rosa does not conform to social norms, and stands up for herself.
PEOPLE LIKE YOU ARE NOT ALOUD HERE! I DONT CARE, GO TO THE BACK.
Rosa Parks you are receiving this medal for what you have done for our people, culture and the civil rights movement as a whole. You will be a historical figure and an agent of change forever!
THERE IS MORE THEN ENOUGH ROOM FOR YOU TO SIT ON THIS BUS. NOW GET AWAY FROM ME.
Rosa Parks is then arrested and sent to jail for not giving up her seat to the white passenger.
There is something seriously wrong with the world and I will not stand for it. I, Rosa Parks will never give up my rights. Not today. Not tomorrow. Never.
Rosa's confidence inspired many others who stood up for her and themselves when Rosa was arrested, she was bailed out and 17,000 black citizens came together and began the Montgomery Bus Boycott that changed the world.
FREE ROSA PARKS!
Rosa Park receives a medal of honour from Martin Luther King Jr. Her perseverance is admired by all and finally, because of her bravery, change is made and black finally became equal to white people in the eyes of the law.
Rosa Parks also won the Presidential Freedom Award then wrote and published her own book called My Story. Her story also won many rewards and continues to inspire and motivate people until this day.