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American civil rights advocate. Parks sits at the front of a public bus (formerly whites only ) in Montgomery, Alabama, 21 December 1956. Seated behind her is reporter Nicholas C. Criss

American civil rights advocate. Parks sits at the front of a public bus (formerly whites only ) in Montgomery, Alabama, 21 December 1956. Seated behind her is reporter Nicholas C. Criss


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American civil rights advocate. Parks sits at the front of a public bus (formerly whites only ) in Montgomery, Alabama, 21 December 1956. Seated behind her is reporter Nicholas C. Criss

ROSA PARKS (1913-2005).
American civil rights advocate. Parks sits at the front of a public bus (formerly whites only ) in Montgomery, Alabama, 21 December 1956. Seated behind her is reporter Nicholas C. Criss

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This powerful print captures a significant moment in American history. It depicts Rosa Parks, an iconic civil rights advocate, seated at the front of a public bus in Montgomery, Alabama on December 21,1956. The significance lies in the fact that this seat was previously designated for white passengers only under the oppressive system of segregation known as Jim Crow. Seated behind Rosa Parks is reporter Nicholas C. Criss, who witnessed and documented this act of defiance against racial discrimination. This image showcases not only Parks' bravery but also highlights the role of media in bringing attention to the civil rights movement. Parks' refusal to give up her seat ignited a wave of protests and boycotts that ultimately led to desegregation on public transportation systems across America. Her courageous act challenged societal norms and paved the way for greater equality and justice. The photograph serves as a reminder of both the struggles faced by African Americans during this time period and their resilience in fighting for their rights. It symbolizes how one individual's actions can have far-reaching consequences and inspire generations to come. As we reflect upon this image, it is important to recognize Rosa Parks' indelible impact on American society and continue working towards creating a more inclusive future where everyone is treated with dignity and respect regardless of their race or background.

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