Rosa Parks lived in Abbeville, the oldest colonial settlement - her childhood home is still there - http://alabamapioneers.com/rosa-parks-lived-abbeville-oldest-colonial-settlement/

Rosa Parks lived in Abbeville, the oldest colonial settlement - her childhood home is still there - http://alabamapioneers.com/rosa-parks-lived-abbeville-oldest-colonial-settlement/

Artifacts show a Rosa Parks steeped in freedom struggle from childhood - The Washington Post

Trove of papers reveals a Rosa Parks who did much more than sit down

Artifacts show a Rosa Parks steeped in freedom struggle from childhood - The Washington Post

Rosa Parks - dignified rebellion!  Civil rights activist

10 Things You Didn't Know About Rosa Parks

Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom | Fairy Dust Teaching | Bloglovin’

Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom (Fairy Dust Teaching)

Rosa Parks went to prison because she refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. She willingly went to prison to try and prove a point that she had really done nothing wrong because they should be considered equal.

Rosa Parks went to prison because she refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. She willingly went to prison to try and prove a point that she had really done nothing wrong because they should be considered equal.

On this day in 1955, Rosa Parks sparked a movement that changed Montgomery forever Before Rosa Parks was “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement,” she was a 42-year-old Montgomery, Ala., resident who simply believed the color of[...]

On this day in 1955, Rosa Parks sparked a movement that changed Montgomery forever Before Rosa Parks was “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement,” she was a 42-year-old Montgomery, Ala., resident who simply believed the color of[...]

Rosa Parks being arrested/finger printed for refusing to give up her seat...December 1, 1955

Rosa Parks being arrested/finger printed for refusing to give up her seat...December 1, 1955

Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League by Jonathan Odell: Set in pre-Civil Rights Mississippi, and inspired by his Mississippi childhood, Odell tells the story of two young mothers, Hazel and Vida - one wealthy and white and the other poor and black - who have only two things in common: the devastating loss of their children, and a deep and abiding loathing for one another.

Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League by Jonathan Odell: Set in pre-Civil Rights Mississippi, and inspired by his Mississippi childhood, Odell tells the story of two young mothers, Hazel and Vida - one wealthy and white and the other poor and black - who have only two things in common: the devastating loss of their children, and a deep and abiding loathing for one another.

Artifacts show a Rosa Parks steeped in freedom struggle from childhood

Artifacts show a Rosa Parks steeped in freedom struggle from childhood

Artifacts show a Rosa Parks steeped in freedom struggle from childhood - The Washington Post

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