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This pack was created for 2nd- 3rd graders struggling with finding the main idea in nonfiction texts. It contains one informational article about Rosa Parks. There are four different levels of the texts. The levels of the running text are about a mid-second grade, end second grade, beginning third grade, and mid third grade reading level.
An Alabama ceremony coincides with the day in 1955 when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man.
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December 1 marks the day Rosa Parks famously refused to move to the back of the bus, launching the Montgomery Bus Boycott. But here's what you probably didn't know.
On this day in 2005, Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks died at the age of 92. #KnowYourHistory #DaughtersAndSisters
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Rosa Parks, the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement" was one of the most important citizens of the 20th century. Mrs. Parks was a seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama when, in December of 1955, she refused to give up her seat on a city bus to a white passenger. The bus driver had her arrested. She was tried and convicted of violating a local ordinance. Her act sparked a citywide boycott of the bus system by blacks that lasted more than a year. The boycott raised an unknown clergyman named…
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57th anniversary of Rosa Parks' "sit" for civil rights
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In honor of what would be Rosa Parks' 104th birthday, here are some lesser known facts about her life before the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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*Rosa Parks was born on this date in 1913. She was an African American civil rights activist. Rosa McCauley grew up in Montgomery, Alabama and attended the all-Black Alabama State College. Rosa and her husband Raymond Parks were active in Montgomery's chapter of the NAACP. She worked as the chapter's youth adviser; on voter registration drives and was secretary of the NAACP’s Montgomery branch in 1943. As the 1950’s began, the segregated seating policies on public buses were growing as a…
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Rosa Parks, the civil rights icon who died in 2005, would have turned 107 today. She wasn't the first activist jailed for not giving up her seat.
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