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S: All About Rosa Parks Life

BC: This is the end of Rosa Park's Story

FC: Rosa Parks Life | By: Meg Daniel

1: Here is Rosa Parks on the bus while the boycott was going on.

2: Rosa Protective Strong brave helpful Daughter of James McCauley and Leona McCauley Sister of Sylvester Lover of Peace, Equal rights to African Americans and a end to slavery Who feels Bold, Scared, and daring she threatened a white boy. Protected her little brother and was scared when she got thrown in jail.

3: Who has been to the white house, Maxwell field Army Air force base, and The NAACP. Who needs to make all rights equal for African American, do her job as the sectary of the NAACP, and end slavery Who fears that the racism will never end, the boycott will go on for ever, and that once she gets thrown in jail she will stay there for ever Who would someday like the African Americans get treated equal, the slavery to end, and the boycott to end Resident of Alabama, Michigan Parks

4: African American Woman in Jail Again | By Meg Daniel | Rosa Parks was arrested for the second time on December 5th, 1955. In Montgomery, Alabama. She refused to give up her seat to a white man for the second time. How will she survive while she does her time? Rosa Parks had just worked a long hard day at work. She was exhausted, form all that work. Once the bus stopped, and she got on the bus, she sat down in the back of the bus.

5: After her stop, a bunch of white people got on. The bus was running out of seats. When the white people got to where Rosa Parks was sitting. She refused to give it up. They told her to move to the last seats. She said " No the seats are full," which they were. After a few minuets of arguing one of the white people called the police . When the police came they put hand cuffs on her and dragged her off the bus.

6: Rosa Parks | Leona Edwards | February 4th, 1913 | 20 oz 1 lb | Mom's Parents house | Tuskegee | Leona Edwards

7: Parks | James McCauley | 6:30 p.m. | 18 in | Alabama | James McCauley

8: Grandparents | Parents | mom | Dad | Grandma | Grandpa | Grandmother | Grandfather | Rosa never knew her dad's parents. She did know her moms.

9: Here is Rosa Parks and Her husband Raymond | Rosa's grandpa's skin at times looked white and he said "edwars is my name" and didn't say Mrs., Ms. or Mr. when talking to white people. still he was a slave. This is some what like her grandma she had a calm harsh slave live.

10: Rosa Parks Would have a Army Air force pin in her purse. one of Rosa Parks first job was at the Maxwell field Army Air Force Base. | A Key and Post card Rosa would have the key so she could get into her house and storage rooms at her jobs the post card is so she could write to her husband while she was a way.

11: Fountain Pen & Paper Rosa Parks was the NAACP Secretary in December 1943. So Rosa wrote letters to the president. | Whats In Rosa Parks Purse | Last but not least. A few buttons. On of Rosa's jobs was sewing. Since she sewed a lot she carries some with her.

12: Rosa Parks inspired many African Americans to take part in the boycott. | Rosa's grandfather told her that the Ku Klux Klan were treating African Americans badly he had a gun and sat in his rocking chair if they came in to the house which they didn't. | Finally when the Boycott was over and African Americans had equal rights just like Americans.

13: Rosa's wedding where she went from Rosa McCauley to Rosa Parks when she married Raymond Parks. | Rosa McCauley traveled around ALOT for school and high school.Also when the boycott was going on too.

14: Name: Rosa McCauley | Grading: Meg Daniel | A+ | A | B- | D- | A- | A+ | C+ | Over all grade: A+ | Rosa Parks Report card | Reading Boycotting Equal Rights Kind Job Inspires Writing

15: Comments | Reading- Every part and word was perfect read and pronounced. Boycotting- Perfect shows good understanding Equal Rights- she said that The whites had more. Kind- She was VERY protective of he brother she threatened a white boy. Job- Perfect arrives on time every day and no complaints. Inspires- She gets every one in the right spirit. Writing-she could improve a little more.

16: Time of Rosa Park's life | Slavery | Boycotting | This is where the white people bought black people and had them do all their farming and other work on the farm | Many men and women that were African American refused to ride the bus and marched a long with Rosa Parks.

17: World War 2 | Civil Rights | "I Have a Dream" | The war that happened at pearl harbor almost like world war 1 but much worse. | All African American were treated unfairly and didn't have a clean environment to live in which was hard growing up as a child for Rosa. | Dr. Martian Luther King jr. delivered his huge speech I have a dream. Sadly in 1958 September 20th he died of murder.

18: Bibliography | Parks, Rosa, and James Haskins. Rosa Parks: My Story. New York: Dial, 1990. Print. | (Rosa Parks and Raymond Parks) (Rocking chair) (Gun) (Rosa Parks timeline.) (Rosa Parks Mom's Mother) (Rosa Parks jail photo) (Rosa Parks getting finger print) (Young Rosa parks) (Old Rosa Parks) (Rosa Parks Dad) (Rosa Parks Mom) (Rosa Parks dad’s father) (Rosa Parks Mom’s Father) (Rosa Parks Dad’s Mother) ( Rosa Parks) ( sewing needle & thread)

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