[Afro Newspaper/Gado, 1980]

"I would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freendom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people."

- Rosa Parks


During the 1950s, Rosa Parks, an African American woman, broke barriers regarding racial segregation. By not giving up a seat on a bus, she inspired the Civil Rights movement across America, resulting in changes in segregation policies in Alabama and beyond.

[Universal Images Group, 1955]


Penelope Torres and Kaylee Bahler ~ Senior Group Website ~ Word Count: 1154 ~ Media Minutes: 3:50 ~ Process Paper: 429 Words