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Standing up for what is right is outstanding and to get a point across is phenomenal It gets tiring not being treated right because of the color a person might be or anything else Rosa Parks was really tired and she wanted to prove her point Rosa Parks may be famous for not giving up her seat on a Montgomery bus but she achieved different things such as surviving a hard childhood receiving different awards starting the Montgomery bus boycott and most importantly never giving up in what she believed inChildhood Memories Though Rosa Park lived a hard life she seemed to survive Even though it seemed impossible to survive she stood her ground She didnt really have both of her parents in her life They separated after she was born her and her mom lived with other family members Atwell 1919 Rosa also had to attend a private girls school in Pine Level Alabama where she was treated differently because she was black Atwell 1919As she got older she met a man by the name of Raymond Parks a barber She ended up marrying him in 1932 Atwell 1919 Although she had a hard childhood she found the love of her life as she got older but after that things didnt get easier for herMontgomery bus boycott Many people have heard about the Montgomery bus boycott but never seemed to look further into it Well if anyone did they would know that it all started after Rosa Parks arrest and how tired she was of given in There were other people who refused the bus segregation but she was the best at standing up for herself and also for what she believed in Atwell 1920 Her act of defiance and the Montgomery bus boycott are symbols of the Civil Right Movement Farrar 317 She violated the bus segregation which was passed in the 1900s Even though the seats
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