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On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks was arrested for not giving up her seat to a white person.
You're under arrest for not giving up your seat to a white person!
After Rosa Parks was arrested, an event called the Montgomery Bus Boycott began where "colored" people were fighting for equal rights.
WE WANT EQUAL RIGHTS!
WE WANT EQUAL RIGHTS!!!
Rosa Parks was eventually released from jail on bail.
You're free to go.
After Rosa Parks was bailed from being jailed she and many other "colored" citizens fought for equal rights and for everyone to be treated fairly.
Sadly, at the age of 92, Rosa Parks died of natural causes in her apartment on the east side of Detroit. It was a sad day to see a civil rights activist go.
Even though Rosa Parks has passed, the work that she did in helping make everyone equal and fair lives on to this day.
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