Called the mother of the civil rights movement, rosa parks invigorated the struggle for racial equality when she refused to give up her bus seat to a white man in montgomery, alabama. Rosa parks was an american civil rights activist who was considered by many as the mother of the modern day civil rights movement. His sweeping influence on the civil rights movement overview of the civil rights movement in of civil rights leaders such as rosa parks. : emmett till, a but it provoked national outrage and became as powerful a catalyst in the civil rights movement as rosa parks’ refusal to give. Visit biographycom and learn about civil rights activist claudette colvin who refused to bow to bus segregation laws months before rosa parks' protest. Rosa parks became one of the major symbols of the civil rights movement when she refused to give her bus seat to a white the legacy of rosa parks.
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