Rosa Parks

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History

 

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Shelly S

 

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March 22, 2013

 

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University

 

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She was weary of the discrimination she faced due to the Jim Crow laws, which were laws were intended to prohibit black[Americans] from mixing with white [Americans] (Jim Crow Laws1). Also, due to the Jim Crow laws, blacks were required to give their seats to white passengers if there were no more empty seats...
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This is exactly what happened on December 1, 1955. On her way home from work, Rosa Parks refused to give her seat to a white man and was shortly arrested (National Women's Hall of Fame1). Even though she knew what the consequences were for refusing to leave her seat, she decided to take a stand against a wrong that was the norm in society...
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