Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Rosa Parks, Black history


On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus and move to the back which led to a protest and became history in the civil rights movement. As we move today toward ever more inclusive and progressive thinking- Obama and Clinton running for president- these historic turns are reminders of past struggles to current gains.
Read about Rosa here

4 comments:

Fejar said...
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Joe Rocco said...

That last comment was....bizarre. I say, I say...see here! W-E-I-R-D!

I have a feeling it's some type of blog spam, but then there was this nicely executed, if not a little creepy, illustration there. I checked Fejar's profile and it's just blank. Much like the other person who gave you a strange comment. They must be fake profiles or some kind of spam.

hamchat said...

I agree.. a new form of spam. Easy enough to ignore :)

Lisa Stein said...

Wow that was 4 days before the day I was born, Dec 5, 1955. I didn't realize that all began just then! You cover so much great history and hot topics here.