No one ever expects a small town girl form Alabama to be able to have those powers of changing this country let alone a little black girl, but this is the story of how I Rosa Louise McCauley did that.
Growing up my whole life all racism was very much prominent in my life due to the fact that everywhere I looked it was either "Whites Only" or "Blacks" signs everywhere I looked while being out in public.
Some time later......
*1955* It's tough out here, barely makin' enough to keep my self from burning out, but that's exactly what I am burnt out..
"Get to the back, move" I thought I heard wrong but I look up and realize it's real. So I stay seated in effort of showing that I am no less than the white man.
Next thing I know sirens are wailing and I'm being taken in, first thing I thought was that I had call my husband.