Personal Narrative: Diary Of Rosa Louise Parks

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WRITTEN TASK RATIONAL : I have chosen the diary form because my teacher said that in written task 1 diary form is very easy to do. That’s why I have chosen that diary , that diary form about Rosa Louise parks because Rosa Louise Parks (1913 – 2005) was nationally recognized as the “mother of the modern day civil rights movement” in America. Whom the United States Congress called "the first lady of civil rights". So, I thought to write a diary of Rosa Louise parks that some incident in her life, that only I think to write like a diary. I think it’s so interesting to do this type. DIARY November 30, 1955 At morning 2:30 am, I’m on my way to work. I was so tired,…show more content…
After years of thinking about that what mama has said, that "we are humans and they should be treated as a human", I finally stood up for my rights as a person. I was riding the bus in Montgomery. I was seated at the back on the aisle. All was well until the second or third stop when several white men got on the bus and all the seats were full. A white man was left standing, so the bus driver told us that we should have to get up. I didn 't think this was right, so I didn’t stood up. As the other blacks stood up, I stayed seated. The bus driver asked me if I wasn 't getting up. I suddenly became determined to use this is an opportunity once and for all to let people know that I did not want to be treated this way anymore. It had been way too long already. So I said no, that I wasn 't getting up. The bus driver asked if I wanted him to get me arrested. I told him he could do that. So he stopped the bus and got off. He came back with two policemen. They asked me why I didn 't stand up when the driver asked so I said I didn 't want to do that. I asked to them, "Why do they push us around? "But they said they didn 't know and that they would have to arrest me for breaking the law. Then we got off the bus. I was feeling very determined and almost relieved. I was so tired of being afraid all the time. It felt good to do something for myself. The policemen were arrested and took me to the police station. I am there waiting now for the bus
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