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PBS LearningMedia: Rosa Parks

In honor of Rosa Parks Day on 12/1, watch an interview with Rosa Parks as she describes her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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The Women Who Changed a Nation. The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement. These honorable titles are attributed to Rosa Parks. In honor of Rosa Parks Day on 12/1, watch an interview with Rosa Parks as she describes her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Support materials for teachers are included, such as background information, discussion questions, and a student handout. 

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