Segregation and the Civil Rights Movement

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Examine Rosa Parks' perspective as she is on the bus.

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The original question had to be edited down.  Yet, I think that the other parts can be reposted.  I would suggest that a strong writing sample exists when one seeks to enter the mind of Rosa Parks as she is on the bus.  I think that entering into Parks' mind on that day would be fascinating.  Perhaps, the phrase that she uttered that night when arrested would be a good starting point:  “The only tired I was, was tired of...

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