to Base, where she was currently employed. Rosa

to pay at the front of the
bus, and then walk behind the bus to get on. The front four rows of the bus
were limited to white commuters only. Most of these front four rows were
usually vacant, because most white people could afford cars. Even before Rosa’s
mainstream appearance for her disobedience she had stood up for what she
believed in still. It was 1943 Rosa was on her way home from Maxwell Field Air
Force Base, where she was currently employed. Rosa was substantially tired from
her full day of work, and did not feel she could walk home. She entered a bus,
and paid the driver her toll. He said to her, “Go and get in through the
back door.” Rosa tranquilly told him that she was already on the bus and
did not want to go around in order to get back inside. The driver aggressively
took Rosa by the arm, and escorted her off the bus. Rosa was forced to wait at
the bus stop for another bus to take her home, this sparked Rosa’s fire for
equality and It was twelve years after Rosa was kicked off the bus, that she
would make history. It was 1955, where Rosa Parks boarded a city bus to get
home. Mrs. Parks walked past the first few rows of seats mostly unfilled these
rows of seats were marked “Whites Only.” Rosa Parks denied to move
from her seat on the bus and started the commencement of a rebellion, she stood
up for herself and her culture. Rosa was 42 years old and tired of the
discrimination. He irritably told her, “Well, I’m going to have you
arrested.” Rosa said, “You may do that.” She was instantaneously sentenced
and arrested for her “crime”. The word of Rosa’s detention spread very quickly.

For not moving and letting a white male in her seat, she was arrested,
something hard to fathom now, but the norm for back in the time. Through this outlook
we can really start to see how twisted our society was back then. Keep in mind
black citizens made up 60 percent of the bus populace. The night after the apprehension
fifty leaders of the black