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Rosa Parks Feb to Oct
Rosa's profession Rosa Parks was a social activist.
How Rosa became well knownShe became well known when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white person.
Three cool facts. Rosa's spouse was Raymond Parks.Rosa's full name was Rosa Louise McCauley. For education, she went to King at Anderson.
One of Rosa's quotes A quote Rosa said is:Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others.
Why Rosa Parks should be recognized.She should be recognized this month because she helped a lot with the civil rights movement.
By Maddie. Bye!
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Civil Rights Leader Civil Rights Leader Born Feb. 4, 1913 Died Oct. 24, 2005.
By: Sara. Feb was born Dec didnt give up her seat and got arrested 1975 moved to Detroit 1965 got into civil rights movement 1988 got.
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Rosa Parks By Timothy. Her quote It was time for someone to stand up or in my case sit down. I refused to move. It was time for someone to stand up or.
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Instructions Go up to the top left hand side of the screen and click on FILE. Go down to SAVE AS and click. Next to the box that says ‘My Documents’, click.
Rosa Parks (page 168). Feb. 13, Oct. 25, 2005 Born in Tuskegee, Alabama Known as the “mother of the modern Civil Rights Movement.” In 1955,
By: Phoebe Rosa’s Farm house Rosa grew up at her farm house when she was little. She lived with her mom, sister, brother, and her grandmother.
The book starts in Montgomery, Alabama, in the time of the Jim Crow laws and segregation. The first chapter in the book talks about Jo Ann Robinson,
Rosa Parks Biography February 4th 1913 Born in Tuskagee, Alabama
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