What did Rosa parks dedicate her life for?
to stand up to each other
Rosa Parks life was wonderful .
rosa parks adult life was to be a president
Rosa parks early life was not easy at all
Rosa parks life got much harder
life,education,and family of rosa parks
Rosa Parks' adult life was very rough before she went to jail.
Rosa parks got married to Raymond Parks and they lived a happy life together.
Rosa Parks' last name for most of her life was Parks. (Her maiden name was McCauley.)
Rosa Parks younger life was terrible and joyful!
Yes, Rosa Parks was born and lived in America her entire life.
Parks was a seamstress for most of her life.
No, Rosa Parks was not from Georgia. She was born in Tuskegee, Alabama and spent much of her life there in Alabama.
she did not do it
Rosa Parks was important because she stood up for black people's rights.
Some accomplishments of Rosa Parks life was when she registered to vote. She also didn't get up for a white man to sit in her seat.
yes she did have a public life
Rosa Parks changed others life by leting other race come together
Rosa parks had a pretty decent life except racism. she always had trouble with that
Rosa Parks is most famous for refusing to give up her seat for a white person.
Yes Rosa Parks did move.
Rosa Parks accomplished many things in her life, and the Montgomery Bus Boycott was one of them, where she refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery Bus.
Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama in 1913. From an early age, Parks recalls instances of racism. While attending grade and vocational school, Rosa Parks was small for her age and suffered chronically from tonsillitis.
Rosa Parks did find her success's she lived a good life, she worked with martin Luther king Jr's to start the bus strike .Rosa Parks was a good women apart of our history
Rosa Parks was born on 1913.She died in 2005 she died when she was 92 years old.One day she was in a bus and she demanded to sit in the front of the bus. In 1932 Rosa Parks married a guy.
she was a secretary at the NAACP
she is brave
rosa parks wanted black and white people to care with each other and life and also happiness
Rosa parks didn't give up her seat for a white man when he told her to get up so he can sit there
Rosa Parks adversity affected her life because she was put in jail for it and wasn't allowed to do current things in life like whited where treated better and now because of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther king Junior we all have equals right o matter what race you are you get treated the same
Rosa Parks changed our life by fighting for what she believes in,which is that everyone (especially blacks and whites) should be treated equally.
Rosa parks created the bus boycott by refusing to give up her seat to a white man
Sitting on the Bus
she achived many things in her life
when she joined the NAACP.
her mom, dad and sister.
horrible unforget able
she was born
Rosa Parks uncles name was Robert McCauley. I found this answer in the book: My story Rosa Parks, by Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks was born in Alabama and she remained there for a lot of her life. In later years she moved to Detroit, MI which is where she passed away in 2005.
Rosa Parks enjoys comedy movies. Also, her favorite book is the bible. In addition, she was a vegetarian for most of her life.
Rose Park's accomplishments was that she followed her own in did her own while not following anyone Else Rosa parks is a example of life
No, Rosa Parks was not Mexican. She was born in Tuskegee, Alabama and spent much of her life in Alabama. She was of African, Scots-Irish, and Native American ancestry.
Rosa Parks has given a speech. Rosa Parks gave a speech in 1995. Rosa Parks gave her speech at the Million Man March. Rosa Parks was a Civil Rights activist.
Rosa Parks spent most of her life in Alabama. Then in 1957, herself, Raymond, and Leona moved to Detroit, Michigan to escape violence and be closer to Sylvester, Daisy, and the kids.
Rosa Parks early life was hard because of the slave days and because her mother and grandmother were sick in her early teens. Also because Rosa's father wasnt around much.
Rosa Parks moved from Tuskegee to a rural town near Montgomery when she was a child. She dropped out of high school to care for ailing relatives.
Rosa P arks was influenced by the Jim Crow lawsa of the south
Rosa Parks' book is called Rosa Parks: My Story
ROSA PARKS Rosa Parks has passed away and now she is dead
No, Raymond Parks was faithful to Rosa Parks.