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Thousands of courageous people joined the “protest” to demand equal rights for all people. Congressman John Conyers First Congressional District of Michigan employed Mrs. In February, 1987, she co-founded the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development with Ms.Elaine Eason Steele in honor of her husband, Raymond (1903-1977).After the arrest of Rosa Parks, black people of Montgomery and sympathizers of other races organized and promoted a boycott of the city bus line that lasted 381 days. Contingent with the protest in Montgomery, others took shape throughout the south and the country.They took form as sit-ins, eat-ins, swim-ins, and similar causes. In 1964 she became a deaconess in the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME).

The Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development’s “Pathways to Freedom program, traces the underground railroad into the civil rights movement and beyond. Parks and other national leaders as they participate in educational and historical research throughout the world.

Her brother, Sylvester Mc Cauley, now deceased, was born August 20, 1915.

Later, the family moved to Pine Level, Alabama where Rosa was reared and educated in the rural school.

Through the use of computer technology, youth will mentor seniors on the use of computers. Parks was a member of the first graduating class on November 24, 1998). Parks was the recipient of the first International Freedom Conductor’s Award by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

She attended her first “State of the Union Address” in January 1999. Parks received a unanimous bipartisan standing ovation when President William Jefferson Clinton acknowledged her.

He supported and encouraged Rosa’s desire to complete her formal education. Parks was an early activist in the effort to free the “Scottsboro Boys,” a celebrated case in the 1930′s.

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