Hero’s look at the bigger picture in life and take every second like their last. Look at the huge impact Rosa Parks made with the small act of not moving on that city bus. Rosa Parks has become a historic hero that no one will ever forget about. Saint Anne, one in a million Saints, allowed herself as the patron of unmarried women, housewives, grandmothers, and teachers because she showed her determination, bravery, and leadership to all of those women. People of all ages have gratitude towards all heroes.
An ordinary person that was a hero was Rosa Parks who helped change the word. Rosa Parks is a hero because she stood up for herself and others. Rosa parks is a hero because she helped stop segregation. Rosa parks refused to give her seat on the bus for a white person (Rosa Parks: My story).This evidence tells me that she was tired of giving up her seat to white people because there wasn’t room in the bus. She knew that by doing that she was doing the wrong thing but what she didn’t know was that her actions changed history.
She did it not only for herself but for her fellow African Americans as well. She was a strong willed woman that fought for what she wanted. Her name is Rosa Parks, and she is a hero. Mrs. Parks contributed many things to gaining rights for African Americans.
Rosa Parks’s influence on the fight for equality was arguably the most impactful of all the leaders in the Civil Rights Movement. Rosa Parks first embarked on her Civil Rights journey by becoming involved with the NAACP. The author of the History website page on Rosa Parks claims, “in December 1943 Rosa also joined the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP, and she became chapter secretary” (Rosa Parks). Rosa started out as a follower, but became dedicated to the organization so she ran for a board position. About ten years later, the famous Rosa Parks story took place in Montgomery.
A person who embodies all the qualities of a hero would be Rosa Parks. She showed courage which led to heroic deeds and became a female role model for all. Rosa Park or “the first lady of civil rights” was an African-American woman who became known as a hero the day of December 1st, 1955 when she refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. This started a civil rights movement that would change segregation of black people. Rosa Parks was arrested after she refused to give up her seat, this was all due because of the color of her skin.
She characterizes Rosa Parks as resembling “grace and goodness” because she “made life better” for African Americans by using her “courage” and “conviction.” By Winfrey’s use of brave tone, she acknowledges the vast changes Rosa Parks made in many people’s lives. The audience can feel a sense of deference
The women I would like to recognize is Rosa Parks. She is valuable women in history for many reasons such as her courage, standing up for her rights, and using her words instead of her fist as Martin Luther King said. On February 4, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama Rosa Parks was born to a teacher and a carpenter (her parents). As a child her family couldn 't support the family with the little money they earned every day. Rosa Parks health conditions were as bad as the money situation.
Rosa Parks, the African American woman who the United States called the first lady of civil rights, and the mother of the freedom movement. Rosa Parks was born on February 4, 1913, in Tuskegee, Alabama. Her parents Leona McCarley and James McCauley got divorced when she was only two years old. After Rosa and her mom moved to Pine Level, Alabama. She lived on a family farm, where she spent her kid years until she was 11.