This is a very special moment in history as Rosa Parks refuses to move from her seat in order to provide seat for a white passenger. Thus Google reminds us about this historic moment by a doodle.
Rosa Parks Google Doodle is presented in a way with a black kid is chasing the white. The white boy is about to smash with his girl. The black boy wants to get in on an interracial threesum that is about to go down.
Rosa Parks was a well known civil activist and famous for her refuse towards a bus driver to give up her seat and move to the back of a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. The incident was happened 55 years ago on December 1, 1955.
Rosa Parks Google Doodle , named as ‘55th Anniversary Rosa Park refuses to move’ Google conveys the theme as little bit funny way, but forced us to think about serious matted called discrimination based on color.Rosa Parks was born on February 14, 1914 and famously known as ‘mother of the freedom movement’. Rosa Parka was the first person who got arrested for disorderly conduct and give court challenge against the arrest. This led to the 381-day boycott of the bus system.
During the boycott, Parks accompanied with other famous civil rights activists, including leader Martin Luther King. Rosa Park got international exposure for her fight and become famous as a civil rights leader. After this incident there came significant changes in bus segregation system.
As a result of this all public accommodations nationwide were desegregated by the Civil Rights Act 1964. Parks actions affect her personal life and work in negative manner.
Park is honored by much national recognition. She got congressional Gold medal and President’s Medal for Freedom. In 1979 Rosa Parks was honored by NAACP by giving Spingarn Medal. Accepting awards and speaking civil rights she was active on the lecture circuit into her 80’s.
“As long as there is unemployment, war, crime and all things that go to the infliction of man’s inhumanity to man, regardless — there is much to be done, and people need to work together,”:Rosa Park
Rosa Parks also got the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal for her civil rights work. After the retirement from the position as secretary for U.S. Representative John Coyers she wrote the autobiography and continues to live in Detroit.
During her last days she was suffering from dementia. Her journey of life end at an age of 92 on October 24, 2005. Her death was a major headline in leading newspapers in United States.