On This Day in Black History In 1913, Civil Rights Activists Rosa Parks Was Born.

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was an African-American civil rights activist who was born on the 4th February 1913. She was popularly known as “The first lady of civil rights” and the “mother of the freedom movement”. She became prominent after she refused to move from her seat, in a bus for a couple of white passengers.

For more on Rosa Parks: https://www.blackfacts.com/fact/rosa-parks-3#.XFhuwsDQcOI.link

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