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This is the only reasons why Rosa Parks Bus is so famous

Rosa Parks, the fortunate woman, luckily got to the black community by chance and then changed the world for them. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (4 Feb 1913 – 24 Oct 2005) was her real name. On Dec 1st, 1995 when Parks ignored the bus driver and stood fearless and bold. However, she was not the first lady to reject the ...

Rosa Parks, the fortunate woman, luckily got to the black community by chance and then changed the world for them. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (4 Feb 1913 – 24 Oct 2005) was her real name. On Dec 1st, 1995 when Parks ignored the bus driver and stood fearless and bold. However, she was not the first lady to reject the bus driver. But this time, it was Rosa Parks and the order of James Blake (the bust driver) went blank. The segregation of the bus seats that used to reserved for only white passengers came to the end. She was the first person from the black community to boycott the Montgomery buses. This bus now called as Rosa Parks bus.

Rosa Parks tells us there’s always something we can do.

Barack Obama
Rosa Parks being fingerprinted on February 22, 1956, by Lieutenant D.H. Lackey as one of the people indicted as leaders of the Montgomery bus boycott. She was one of 73 people rounded up by deputies that day after a grand jury charged 113 African Americans for organizing the boycott. | Pic Credit to Wikipedia

In her early Family life

Rosa, raised on her grandparent’s park in Alabama. Brought up by her mother and grandmother. However, she was well aware about segregation reality in her early age. Parks lived those days and saw the thrilling experience every day since her childhood. Rosa was well aware about the Cold War between Black and White Americans. Due to this, she had to travel on the foot to school because she was from a black community. The black people used not to allowed to take a ride to school in the bus.

The time had just come when I had been pushed as far as I could stand to be pushed, I suppose. I had decided that I would have to know, once and for all, what rights I had as a human being, and a citizen.

Rosa Parks

Human brain behaviours is like that, it securely deposits all the information and instances. And, when the intensity rose to out of control, it expels with massive power. And thus, the frustration of Parks rose tern out on the 1st Dec of 1995. It was all uncontrollable and brave. Rosa from her childhood was a strong student who could take her own decisions. However, she did not give up and kept continued walking to school.

The time had just come when I had been pushed as far as I could stand to be pushed, I suppose. I had decided that I would have to know, once and for all, what rights I had as a human being, and a citizen.

Rosa Parks

Further studies, objectives, and Rosa Parks Bus

Rosa decided to take her further education and attended Alabama State Teachers College. However, she was forced to leave the college due to her mother and grandmother’s illness. Ultimately, she dropped out. Still, she continued her education later she got married. After her studies, she entered into the world of journalism. There she got powers to her thoughts.

Each person must live their life as a model for others

Rosa Parks

I'd see the bus pass every day … But to me, that was a way of life; we had no choice but to accept what was the custom. The bus was among the first ways I realized there was a black world and a white world.[1]

Rosa Parks, The mother of civil rights movements.

Parks studied civil rights. Obama said, “She tells us that we all have responsibilities, to ourselves and to one another.

She founded Rosa Parks Institute for self development, providing education on the civil rights. However, she gave numerous lectures on the social rights and justice. “I think Mrs Parks unexpectedly had greatness, trust upon… I think she was born for it. And I do think that she achieved it.

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