Rosa Parks and her Life...
By: Bayli Medlin
"Have you ever been hurt and the place tries to heal a bit, and you just pull the scar off of it over and over again."
Why she should be in the hall...
Rosa already had experience with racial discrimination and activism for racial equality because of how her childhood was.
Rosa’s parents split up when Rosa was just a young girl.
Rosa’s mother decided to move to Alabama to be back with her family again.
Rosa grew up at her grandparents house and that is where she spent her youth, on Edwards farm, that was her grandfather’s name.
Rosa was taught to read by her mother at a very young age.
- Rosa went on and decided to attend a segregated, one room school in Alabama.