Many people believe Rosa Parks' simple refusal to move to the back of a Montgomery, Alabama bus was her contribution to the Civil Rights Movement, but this engrossing look at her life tells the whole story. At a young age, she refused to recognize her alleged inferiority to whites and became an activist working for the NAACP.
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Rosa Parks Story
Topics involved in this video: Jim Crow Laws, segregation, racism, Brown v. Board of Education, Sit-ins, Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Jr., Montgomery Bus Boycott