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By Kristin Kemp

Rosa Parks was once an awesome lady. She stood up for herself and for her ideals. sooner or later, Parks refused to renounce her seat to a white guy on a bus. Her activities helped spark the civil rights flow. this day, humans have extra freedom in the US as a result of her activities. colourful pictures, helping textual content, a word list, desk of contents, and index all interact to assist readers larger comprehend the content material and be totally engaged from disguise to cover.

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