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 ROSA PARKS THEMES
Who was Rosa Parks?
Timeline
Racial segregation
Bus Boycott
After the Bus Boycott ROSA LOUISE MCCAULEY
PARKS
(1913-2005)

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ROSA PARKS THEMES Who was Rosa Parks? Timeline Racial segregation Bus Boycott After the Bus Boycott ROSA LOUISE MCCAULEY PARKS (1913-2005) Who was Rosa Parks ? Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist in Alabama when she refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white person: her case touched off the Montgomery Bus Boycott and was a significant milestone in forcing the Supreme Court to end segregation. Timeline 1913-Rosa Parks was born 1932-Married 1955-Rosa Parks arrested 1992-First book 2005-Rosa Parks dies 2006-Stature Racial segregation • Life for African Americans like Rosa was hard. At the time, the Southern United States operated under the 'Jim Crow laws' - a set of laws introduced in the late 19th century that claimed to give African Americans “separate but equal” status and treatment. But, in truth, there was no 'equality'. Created by white authorities who thought black people's lives didn't matter as much as theirs, these laws enforced racial segregation and allowed for discrimination against African Americans - referred to at that time as "colored" people. The Jim Crow laws were introduced in different ways from state to state, but there was one common goal - to make sure black citizens and white citizens led very separate lives. FOR COLORED PATRONS ONLY

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Anna

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Rosa Parks (Power Point)

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 ROSA PARKS THEMES
Who was Rosa Parks?
Timeline
Racial segregation
Bus Boycott
After the Bus Boycott ROSA LOUISE MCCAULEY
PARKS
(1913-2005)

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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ROSA PARKS THEMES Who was Rosa Parks? Timeline Racial segregation Bus Boycott After the Bus Boycott ROSA LOUISE MCCAULEY PARKS (1913-2005) Who was Rosa Parks ? Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist in Alabama when she refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white person: her case touched off the Montgomery Bus Boycott and was a significant milestone in forcing the Supreme Court to end segregation. Timeline 1913-Rosa Parks was born 1932-Married 1955-Rosa Parks arrested 1992-First book 2005-Rosa Parks dies 2006-Stature Racial segregation • Life for African Americans like Rosa was hard. At the time, the Southern United States operated under the 'Jim Crow laws' - a set of laws introduced in the late 19th century that claimed to give African Americans “separate but equal” status and treatment. But, in truth, there was no 'equality'. Created by white authorities who thought black people's lives didn't matter as much as theirs, these laws enforced racial segregation and allowed for discrimination against African Americans - referred to at that time as "colored" people. The Jim Crow laws were introduced in different ways from state to state, but there was one common goal - to make sure black citizens and white citizens led very separate lives. FOR COLORED PATRONS ONLY

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