Even though there were strict consequences for Parks she did not give into threats and yelling of the bus driver. Rosa Parks stood up for that she believed in and made a change. On December 1st, 1955 Rosa Parks took her seat on the bus after a long grueling day at work. Soon after a couple stops were made and more white passengers boarded the bus, the bus driver told Rosa to get up and move so that there were more seats for the white people. Rosa paid no attention to the driver speaking towards her and continued to look out the window.
Rosa Parks And The Bus Boycott Rosa Parks born Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was born on the 4th of February 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama. As a child she grew up on a farm with her mother, brother and maternal grandparents. She attended The Industrial School for Girls in Montgomery and she later attended the Alabama State Teachers College for Negroes but then dropped out in order to look after her mother and grand-mother. As years went by she became a seamstress. But one day he normal, quiet life was turned upside down.
Blacks were in the back, and whites in the front. She sat near the middle of the bus. She was just ten seats behind the reserved seats for the whites. All the reserved seats were filled, and a white man entered onto the bus. The bus driver insisted the 4 blacks that were sitting a row behind the whites
Feeling that she needed to socialise, Cady’s parents enrolled her to North Shore High school. On her first day of North Shore High school, Cady was often left out and she was unfamiliarised with the school’s surroundings and people. On the second day, Cady had become friends with two social outcasts, Janis Ian and Damian. Janis and Damian had misled Cady into thinking that they were taking to G14 for her Health Education class but instead, they brought her to the back of the school where they skipped class. This is where Janis had stated that they were friends and Cady stayed with them.
Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama in February 1913. When she was 2 her parents
So King’s Sr. mother feared that he was going to be punished or killed, she made him get on a bus to Atlanta, Georgia (Sitkoff 7). In Atlanta he began working at a tire plant and became a pastor at a local church in the black community. At the Church he imitated the gestures of his child hood pasture, because he had an education of a fifth grade level. At the age of twenty King, Sr. went back to school and worked at the Rail Road Yard for income. King, Sr. obtained his high school diploma and became the assistant pasture of Ebenezer Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
She grew up on a small farm. She had began to attend a private school when she was 11 years old. She got a job as a house servant .She was born February 4,1913 at Tuskegee Alabama. She died October 24,2005 at Detroit Michigan. Her education was industrial school for girls, Alabama state , teachers college for Negroes.She is known as the mother of the civil rights movement.
Sarah Dunlap US History Black History Month Rosa Parks Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, on February 4, 1913, to Leona and James McCauley, a teacher and a carpenter. She was an African, Cherokee-Creek, and Scots-Irish ancestry. She was small as a child, suffering from poor health with chronic tonsillitis. When her parents separated, she moved with her mother to Pine Level, just outside the capital of Montgomery. She grew up on a farm with her maternal grandparents, mother, and younger brother Sylvester.
Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement Tina Korhonen Baker College Elena Thompson February 11th 2012 Childhood Rosa Parks was born on February 4th in 1913. She was born in Tuskegee Alabama; her parents were Leona and James McCauley. She Rosa’s parents separated when she was very young. Rosa, her mom and her brother moved to Pine Level Alabama with her grandparents. Both of Rosas grandparents were former slaves who now owned a farm.
Zora Neale Hurston Zora was born January 7, 1891 in Notasulga, Alabama. Even though she was born in Alabama her parents decided to move the family down to Eatonville, Florida when Zora was still a toddler. When you read her books known of them relate back to Alabama because Florida has always been considered home to her, she called it utopia. Her parents must have wanted a big family because they had eight children. Could you image growing up with seven siblings like Zora did?