Rosa Parks Story

Rosa Parks Story
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  • This is very unfair!
  • Those seats are reserved for white people! Forfeit your seat.
  • I guess you will have to stand up!
  • You are arrested for not following the law.
  • In the 1950s, black and white citizens were segregated. An example of this were the buses in Montgomery. Rosa Parks was against this, therefore creating the “Bus Boycott” to fight for equal rights.
  • We will fight for equal rights!
  • On December 1st 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give her seat away to a white man. This left her with huge consequences however it did spark attention she needed for later on...
  • I will make a difference!
  • Rosa Parks was arrested for not following legal laws meaning she was put in prison for what she believed. Little did she know this had a huge impact in the near future.
  • The black community refused to commute by bus in order to bankrupt the bus business. This had huge effects and soon made a difference for equal rights and justice.
  • Even though Rosa went to jail, her cause made a difference and shaped the future today. She also paid a $14.00 fine for just standing up for herself and the black community.
  • Finally, all races and cultures could enter the bus regardless of skin tone all because one person stood up and believed they could make a difference.
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