Rosa Parks' quiet, yet defiant refusal to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Ala. bus, sparked one of the longest and most influential civil rights protests in the nation's history.
By PBS NewsHour
Civil rights icon Rosa Parks died Monday night at her home in Detroit of natural causes, a family friend said. She was 92.
Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks died Monday at her home in Detroit at age 92. Two civil rights leaders discuss her life and legacy.
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