How long was Rosa parks in prison?
Rosa Parks was not permitted to stay the night in jail but in the next three days in court and she refused to pay pay the fine they asked of her and she could not believe that they said if she didn't pay the fine she would be breaking the law.
The black people sat at the back of the bus and the white people always sat in front. Rosa Parks was sitted at the front of the bus, and when a white person came the driver told her to get up and go to the back of the bus because she was black and Rosa Parks said that it wasn't fair and she also said that se wouldn't go to the back of the bus…
No. Rosa Parks was never sent to prison; she spent one night in jail after her arrest on a misdemeanor charge of violating Montgomery, Alabama, segregation laws by refusing to give her seat to a white man on December 1, 1955. Parks was released the next morning on $100 bond, and later fined $10 plus $4 in court costs for the incident.