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Rosa Parks: A GREAT LEADER

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on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of Rosa Parks: A GREAT LEADER

Rosa Parks was an amazing leader. She lead millions in a boycott against the buses and after months of the Montgomery bus company losing thousands of dollars, they finally brought an end to bus segregation. The end of all segregation would come later.
Rosa Parks: A GREAT LEADER
Rosa Parks attended a African Methodist Episcopal Church in Montgomery, Alabama.

She did not attend a public school until she was 11.

In August of 1994, Rosa Parks was in her apartment when a black drug addict named Joseph Skipper broke in and attacked her.
Death
Rosa Parks died on October 24, 2005 a year after she had been diagnosed with progressive dementia.
Integrity
Rosa did what was right when not everyone else was watching. Instead of quietly getting off the bus or finding a new seat, she sat down for what was right.
Courage
Rosa had extreme courage for not obeying the bus driver. In those days, disobedience to whites could lead to beatings for you, your family, or even murder.
Foundation
Rosa Parks had three key characteristics that made her a good leader. Integrity, concern, and courage.
Fun Facts:
Rosa Parks had a statue in Central Park in her honor.
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