What she said:
In one of her last interviews, Rosa Parks spoke of what she would like people to say about her after she passed away.Rosa Parks: a case of mistaken identity:
"I'd like people to say I'm a person who always wanted to be free and wanted it not only for myself; freedom is for all human beings."
When Rosa Parks refused to get up from a bus seat in Montgomery, AL in 1955, an entire race of people began to stand up.
"To call Rosa Parks a poor, tired seamstress and not talk about her role as a community leader and civil rights activist as well, is to turn an organised struggle for freedom into a personal act of frustration"