There is no talking about Rosa Parks without talking about race. That would be like talking about Tiger Woods without golf. Race is so much a part of why Parks is famous that we really can't help b...
Race and power still go hand-in-hand today (just ask Kanye). Racial tension in the United States in the 1950s and '60s could be seen most strikingly in the power imbalance. Because African-American...
It takes courage to stand up for your rights. It even takes courage to stand up in front of class. So, you can imagine the courage it took for Rosa Parks to refuse to give up her seat for a white p...
It's not hard to admire someone who had the courage to stand up for not only her own rights, but for the rights of all African-Americans. And while taking into account what stake the author might h...
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