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Rosa and Raymond Parks had no children. They were married from 1932 until Raymond's death in 1977. Rosa was a civil rights activist and is best-known for her involvement in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. More »

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Rosa Parks was an African-American woman in Montgomery, Ala., who, on Dec. 1, 1955, refused to get up from her bus seat to let a white passenger sit down. She was arrested for this offense but released on bail that night... More »

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Rosa Parks, the civil rights activist known for her refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Ala. city bus, never had children. She and her husband Raymond were married for almost 45 years when he died in 1977. More »

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Rosa Parks, the civil rights activist known for her refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Ala. city bus, never had children. She and her husband Raymond were married for almost 45 years when he died in 1977. More »

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Rosa Parks was born Rosa Louise McCauley on Feb. 4, 1913, in Tuskegee, Alabama. She later moved with her mother to Pine Level, Alabama, where she attended a segregated one-room school. More »

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People look up to and respect Rosa Parks because she was a pioneer of civil rights in the 1950s. Rosa Parks was the first African American to refuse giving up her bus seat to a white passenger. More »

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Rosa Parks enjoyed attending church with her family, and was active in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. She was also homeschooled, and took a variety of vocational and educational courses. More »

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