She helped when she was the reason why the Montgomery Bus Boycott started.
She helped th Civil Rights Movement!!
She helped initiate the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955 which helped to launch the Civil Rights Movement. and she stood up for what she believed in which help creat the civil rights movement
slavery and the civil rights movement
Rosa Parks was one of the several leaders in the civil rights movement
Rosa Parks was part of the Civil Rights Movement.
The civil rights movement was started by activists such as Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. It helped to fight for equality for African Americans.
her actions brought national attention to the civil rights movement
she was an civil rights activist. She was most famous for the bus boycott movement.
Her actions brought national attention to the civil rights movement.
ROSA PARKS was a civil rights activist. and she held the first bus boycott.
rosa parks was involved with the civil rights movement.
No, Rosa Parks did not give African Americans civil rights, but her incident on the bus sparked what would be known as the civil rights movement.
she stood up for the civil rights of black people.
She was a starter of the civil rights movement.
Rosa Parks was a famous African-American leader. She basically was the reason why boycotts were started, and helped fuel the civil rights movement.
Rosa Parks helped the Civil Rights by beginning the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Parks' action sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Parks' act of defiance became an important symbol of the modern Civil Rights Movement and Parks became an international icon of resistance to racial segregation. She organized and collaborated with civil rights leaders, including boycott leader Martin Luther King Jr., helping to launch him to national prominence in the civil rights movement. Through her role in sparking the boycott, Parks played an important part in internationalizing the awareness of the plight of African Americans and the civil rights struggle.
It was the first movement in the Civil Rights Movement.
Rosa Parks went by The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement.
In December 1943, Parks became active in the Civil Rights Movement at 30 years of age.
No. Rosa parks is just an example of the civil rights she an dmany people did things sort of like that
mother of the civil rights movement
The Modern Civil Rights Movement.