Rosa Parks Outline Rosa Parks affected history by contributing to the NAACP, by helping begin the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and by helping during the Civil Rights movements and fighting for equality for African Americans. L. Introduction A. “The only tired I was, was tired of giving in. ” 1 . Rosa was the youth adviser in the NAACP group, and taught her students to resist segregation whenever they could. 2. She was admired in the black community as a dedicated volunteer who served as secretary of local NAACP since 1943. B. Thesis Statement II. Early Life A.
They walked. They rode mules. It took 381 days, but the boycott worked. VI: Conclusion A. Thesis statement? B. Fast forward to the future. 1 . Today we celebrate equality and freedom from segregation with Martin Luther King Jar. Day. 2. Now a days, people from all over, and many different races mingle, and get along. In fact, that’s what America is all about. Being one. One nation, many races. This would probably be different if Rosa hadn’t stepped up and said “No”, and if Martin Luther hadn’t ran with it. But they did, and now we really do have equality.