The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa ParksThe Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks
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The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks

A deep dive into Rosa Parks' radical activism beyond the bus boycott, revealing her lifelong dedication to civil rights.


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Rosa Parks' name is most famously known in the racial history of the United States for a single moment in 1955 when, in Alabama and still in the era of segregation, she refused to give up her seat to a white man and was arrested for it. But was that all? Not at all: 'The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks' is a documentary that reveals the truth: yes, she was at the center of that moment of civil disobedience, but it's just a small part in a life of activism, including collaborations with the Black Panthers and figures like Edgar Nixon and Martin Luther King Jr. A documentary to discover a new facet of Parks and the struggle for civil rights in the United States.



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Beyond her historic role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, this comprehensive dive into Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks sheds light on her extensive organizing, radical politics, and lifelong dedication to activism.

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