The Influence Of Civil Disobedience: Rosa Parks

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Civil disobedience is a justifiable method to making changes in laws or acts. Many people risk the little freedom they have left to have even more. People like Martin Luther King jr. and Thoreau changed laws for standing up for what they believe in. If you had the chance to change something you disagree about, wouldn't you want to change it.
Certain laws are unfair that's why people should protest, Rosa Parks is one of many women who believed she and every other African American should be treated equal. Rosa was tired of being told what to do just because she was a different color so she stood up for herself and refused to move from her seat for a white man, because of her actions she was arrested on December 1, 1955. “Even before Parks's
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