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Rosa Parks

Karina Antanoukaya and Natalia LLamas

Karina Antanouskaya

on 9 December 2011

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Transcript of Rosa Parks

Here is something small... She was born in February 4, 1913 and she died in October 24, 2005 She was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the U.S. Congress called "the first lady of civil rights", and "the mother of the freedom movement". Introducction for the Poem Why is she famous? Information Rosa Parks An Example: Why is Rosa Park
important? ... 30 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr By. Karina Antanouskaya
and Natalia Llamas 901 This next poem is one that Maya Angelou
(another VERY important african
american woman in history)
did, we really liked it and thats why we are including it in the presentation What this poem means is that no matter what, you should continue to stand up with head up high. And thats what exactly did Rosa Park, she beived in herself and she didnt let no one stoped her. Rosa Parks is important because she maked a lot of people
open their eyes and see in the unfairness that this world is
and they should start thinking more about what they do. She was an influence for many african americans.
Her great claim to fame is that
she refused
to give up her seat on a
bus to a white man
in 1955.
For this refusal, she was

thank you!
hope you learnd something
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