Lynn Bootes: Monthly Astrobiography

Rosa Parks – Mother of the Cilvil Rights Movement

On a Thursday evening at about 6:00 pm, December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks boarded a bus in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, after a busy day as a seamstress at a department store and a lunch hour spent at the local NAACP office where she served as volunteer secretary. On this day, she did not get up when told by the driver…

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