‘Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words’ shows a raw and sometimes uncertain civil rights giant
CBS News › 3 days ago
This week marks the 64th anniversary of a pivotal event in the fight for equality, set in motion by the late Rosa Parks. A new exhibit that opened in Washington shows a new side to the civil rights icon. Norah O'Donnell explains.
The Boston Globe › 1 week ago
A new statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks was dedicated in Alabama’s capital city on Sunday, the 64th anniversary of her historic refusal to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man.
The New York Times › 1 week ago
A new statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks has been dedicated in Alabama’s capital city.
ABC News › 1 week ago
A statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks has been dedicated in Alabama’s capital city
CBS News › 6 days ago
A new statue was dedicated to civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks in Alabama’s capital of Montgomery on Sunday. The bronze monument was unveiled on the 64th anniversary of one of the key moments in the civil rights movement.
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 2 weeks ago
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. Parks was seated in the correct section, but because the bus was crowded, she was expected to give up her seat. Her act launched a 13-month...
CBS News › 3 days ago
In our series "A More Perfect Union," we aim to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. That principle is embodied by Rosa Parks, whose actions inspired the civil rights movement. She was arrested 64 years ago this...
New York Post › 6 days ago
A new statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks was unveiled in Montgomery, Ala., marking exactly 64 years since she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a city bus to a white man. Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed and Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey...
Breitbart › Politics › 6 days ago
City officials in Montgomery, Alabama, honored civil rights activist Rosa Parks by unveiling a statue in the city 64 years after her arrest.
USA Today › Traveling › 3 days ago
You may think you know Rosa Parks. But a new exhibit at the Library of Congress aims to educate visitors even more.