Life and Legacy of Rosa Parks
Photographs of her arrest and a brief video clip of the bus she was arrested on were shown during the program.
Mr. Walters spoke about the contributions of Rosa Parks to the civil rights movement and her impact on race relations. He discussed the symbol of the bus and the boycott in Montgomery Alabama in 1955. Mr. Walters also spoke about the possibility of Judge Janice Brown as a replacement nominee for Harriet Miers, who withdrew her nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. The guest also responded to questions and comments from viewers.
Photographs of her arrest and a brief video clip of the bus she was arrested on were shown during the program. close
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Ronald W. Walters Director University of Maryland, College Park->African American Leadership Inst.
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