Rosa Parks Bus Boycott
Rosa Parks was born on February 4th 1913 and she died on when she was 92 on October 24th, 2004.
Fact from historychannel.com: The Bus Boycott lasted for 13 months 381 days it started when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white passenger. This is a fact because you could see the news paper.
Quote: If we have 60% people who will fight we will win over segregation.-M.L.K This quote means that the people who were against segregation were going to win over the people who were with segregation.
Question#1 Who was the bus driver? Jake F.Blake.
Question#2 Who was the white passenger? Jake F.Blake was the person to kick Rosa Parks off of the bus.
Question#3 How old was Rosa Parks When she was arrested? Rosa Parks was 42 years old when she was arrested.
Question#4 How did this impact the civil rights movement? Because Rosa Parks made a big impact on how whites and blacks can be near each other/communicate.
Sources: Historychannel.com, Bus desegregation reading
Opinion: I think Rosa Parks was really brave for not giving up her seat.
Evidence: Because she knew she was going to get arrested and make a huge impact on segregation.
Vocabulary: Rosa I did this word/name because she is the one who started the Bus boycott.