Rosa Parks Day

Rosa Parks Day is a holiday in celebration of the life and achievements of Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks. Rosa Parks is widely considered one of the icons of the Civil Rights movement in the U.S. She is remembered for her act of protest that involved refusing to give up her seat to white passengers on a bus, but she became a leader in the movement. Rosa Parks Day is celebrated in several states, including California, Ohio, Alabama, Missouri, Oregon, and Tennessee. There have been proposals for the day to be made into a federal holiday. ⚡️When is Rosa Parks Day?The date of Rosa Parks Day varies by location. In some places, including California and Missouri, it is observed on February 4 (her birthday). In other places, including Alabama, Ohio, Oregon, and Tennessee, it is observed on December 1 (the date of her famous protest and arrest in 1955).

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