Essay about The Main Component in the Civil Rights Movement, Rosa Parks

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You can go through any school in the country and ask if any students know who Rosa Parks is. The majority of these students will say that she refused to give up her seat up to a non colored man. These students really don't know how impactful her decision had on the United States of America. She was really the main component of the civil rights movement and that’s why she is known as the “mother of the civil rights movement”. She stood up for what she believed in, and in doing that she sparked and created the stepping stones to the civil rights movement era.
Rosa Parks was a african american civil rights rights movement activist, and she was known as the “mother of the freedom movement”. Rosa Louise McCauley was born in tuskegee, Alabama
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You can go through any school in the country and ask if any students know who Rosa Parks is. The majority of these students will say that she refused to give up her seat up to a non colored man. These students really don't know how impactful her decision had on the United States of America. She was really the main component of the civil rights movement and that’s why she is known as the “mother of the civil rights movement”. She stood up for what she believed in, and in doing that she sparked and created the stepping stones to the civil rights movement era.
Rosa Parks was a african american civil rights rights movement activist, and she was known as the “mother of the freedom movement”. Rosa Louise McCauley was born in tuskegee, Alabama her father James McCauley worked as a carpenter and Leona McCauley was a teacher. At the age of eleven she attended a industrial school for girls, it taught her the meaning of self worth and pride and to take advantage of any opportunity that presents itself. Most of her life was greatly influenced by Jim Crow laws in the south which segregated white and black people in almost every part of their daily lives. When she attended school, there would be busing for the white children to their school, but she would have to walk to a school because of the color of her skin. After finishing at the montgomery industrial school, Rosa went on to continue her education at Alabama State teachers college (Hull). Rosa then married Raymond Parks were they
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