Rosa Parks Anniversary
Her actions also encouraged younger African-Americans to learn about their history and what others have done to improve their lives.
Rosa Parks and others commemorated the anniversary of the bus boycott by African-Americans in Montgomery, Alabama to fight for desegregation. They honored Ms. Parks for her actions on the bus and the subsequent desegregation in many other areas in the South.
Her actions also encouraged younger African-Americans to learn about their history and what others have done to improve their lives. close
People in this video
Cora Masters Barry Chair Operation Big Vote
Marion Barry Mayor (Former) [D] District of Columbia
Judy Jackson-Green Member Bowie, MD->Baptist Church
Rosa Parks Activist
Elaine Steele Co-Founder Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development
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