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Hunger QOTD: Rosa Parks

The bus on which Rosa Parks was riding in December 1955, when she made her historic stand for civil rights, now on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn Michigan. Photo by Flickr user tedeytan.

"Usually, if I have to face something, I do so no matter what the consequences might be. I never had any desire to give up. I did not feel that giving up would be a way to become a free person. That's the way I still feel. By standing up to something we still don't always affect change right away. Even when we are brave and have courage, change still doesn't come about for a long time."

-Rosa Parks


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