The mother of the civil rights movement. How Rosa Parks was influenced by early beliefs to change a nation and stand up for her rights.
"Back then we didn't have any civil rights it was just a matter of survival, of existing one day to the next. I remember going to sleep as a girl hearing the Klan ride at night and hearing a lynching and being afraid the house would burn down" Rosa Parks confessed once at an interview. Parks was an eminently sage woman. She suffered countless attempts to her dignity and inclination to uphold wrongdoing. However, there were a few occasions that encouraged her and built her strong personality: in her childhood, her self-development and her later commitment to racial justice. "You can stand u…
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