When it arrives to books on courage, few people are more revered than Rosa Parks. This iconic activist was the first person to refuse to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery and sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which is widely considered the beginning of the civil rights movement in America. Several books have been written about Ms. Parks, but none have really generated much interest in her autobiographies/memoirs.
These remarkable writings offer an intimate look at what made Mrs. Parks such an extraordinary woman, not only as a civil rights advocate, but as a human being with fears, dreams, and struggles just like everyone else. Here are five (5) key facts you may not know about Mrs. Rosa Parks' autobiographies/memoirs ("Rosa Parks: My Story" and "Quiet Strength").
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