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Rosa Parks

Commentary of a Black Southern Busrider [Rosa Parks][Sound recording]

Rosa Parks discusses her refusal to give up her seat to a white man and the resulting bus-boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. KPFA broadcast, December 20, 1962. 16 min.

[Parks, Rosa] Commentary of a Black Southern Busrider

[Sound recording] Rosa Parks discusses her refusal to give up her seat to a white man and the resulting bus-boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. KPFA broadcast, December 20, 1962. 16 min.

[Parks, Rosa] Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks' simple act of defiance on Dec. 1, 1955, against racial segregation on city buses inspired the African American community of Montgomery, Alabama, to unite against the segregationists who ran City Hall. Over the course of a year, the Montgomery Bus Boycott would test the endurance of the peaceful protestors, overturn an unjust law and create a legacy of mighty times that continue to inspire those who work for freedom and justice today. A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Producers, Robert Hudson; director Bobby Huston. 2002. 40 min.

[Parks, Rosa] Rosa Parks Memorial Service.

Julian Bond, Sam Brownback, Johnnie Carr, John Conyers, Cain Hope Felder, Ernest Green, Dorothy I. Height, Gwen Ifill, Edward M. Kennedy, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Cicely Tyson, Melvin Watt, Oprah Winfrey. Televised coverage of the memorial service for civil rights legend Rosa Parks. Participants pay tribute to Ms. Parks as a catalyst of the civil rights movement, her legacy as a voice for the black community, and her service to the nation, in passionate speeches and with music. October 31, 2005. 176 min.

[Parks, Rosa] Rosa Parks.

Program sponsored by the Afro-American Studies Dept. of U.C. Berkeley, honoring Rosa Parks and Septima Clark who were civil rights activists in Montgomery Alabama. 75 min. :1-2