Rosa Parks Family Reflects on Items at Library of Congress
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Rosa Parks Family Reflects on Items at Library of Congress

STACY A. ANDERSON, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The family of civil rights activist Rosa…

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Letters Written by Rosa Parks Reveal Inner Struggles with Racism
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Letters Written by Rosa Parks Reveal Inner Struggles with Racism

  WASHINGTON (CBS) – Rosa Parks is known as the mother of the Civil Rights movement,…

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Rosa Parks’ Archive Opening to Public at Library of Congress
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Rosa Parks’ Archive Opening to Public at Library of Congress

BRETT ZONGKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Rosa Parks, who refused to give up her…

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How Will You Be Remembered?
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How Will You Be Remembered?

by Pastor E. A. Deckard Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward-Times “With quiet…

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Rosa Parks’ Archive Heads to Library of Congress
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Rosa Parks’ Archive Heads to Library of Congress

BRETT ZONGKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of items from civil rights icon Rosa…

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Blackonomics: Economic Freedom Riders
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Blackonomics: Economic Freedom Riders

by James Clingman NNPA Columnist “I was tired of giving in.” – Rosa Parks It…

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Rosa Parks Honored by Congress with Full-Length Statue
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Rosa Parks Honored by Congress with Full-Length Statue

by Maya Rhodan NNPA Washington Correspondent Rosa Parks Lives on in the Capitol WASHINGTON (NNPA)…

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Child Watch  Mrs. Rosa Parks – Before and After the Bus
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Child Watch Mrs. Rosa Parks – Before and After the Bus

By Marian Wright Edelman NNPA Columnist   Our minds fasten on that single moment on…

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