Stereotypes Of Rosa Parks

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“As far back as I can remember, I knew there was something wrong with our way of life when people could be mistreated because of the color of their skin.” Stereotypes of a specific race, gender, or religion are usually based on the judgment of their behavior from several people of that subgroup. Living in such a time it must have been hard to stand up for yourself. Rosa Parks was discriminated against her peers by the color of her skin. Rosa Parks worked at Montgomery Fair department store as a seamstress in Alabama. One day on December 1, 1955 she took a seat on the Cleveland Avenue city bus on her way home after work. Before she could reach her destination the bus became crowded and she, along with three others, was then asked to move. The
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