Rosa Parks

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In February during Karen in the Afternoon its Black HER-Story Month where we are celebrating Black History month everyday with a “She Fact.” Rosa Parks is today’s Black HER-Story She Fact.  She was the civil rights activist who was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, because she refused give up her seat on the bus after a long day […]

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Target will continue to sell commemorative Rosa Parks merchandise. Heirs of the Civil Rights icon believed the retailer had violated the Right of Publicity Law. A judge has since ruled that Target's products were protected under the First Amendment.

When Clinton's campaign changed her "H" logo on Tuesday to incorporate an image of Rosa Parks in commemoration of the 60 year anniversary of Parks' refusal to move to the back of the bus for a White passenger in Montgomery, Alabama, Twitter downright lost its mind.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now preview the commemoration of the Million Man March and the Justice or Else rally in Washington D.C.

One feminist group wants to give American money a little makeover by putting a woman on the $20 bill. Representation matters–and that includes on money!…

On sunday, Harriet Truman and Rosa Parks were announced as part of the Final Four selection to be the face of $20 bill along with Eleanor Roosevelt, and Wilma Mankiller. SOURCE:http://madamenoire.com/524506/harriet-tubman-makes-final-four-women-suggested-to-be-put-on-20-announced/

On February 4, 1986 a stamp of Sojourner Truth was issued by the U.S. Postal Service. Also, on this day Rosa Parks, the first lady of civil rights was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. She would have been 102 years old   SOURCE: http://blackfacts.com/fact/1b8be433-e67d-47cd-a1d6-2490fab24e8b

The “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement,” Rosa Parks‘ (pictured) memorabilia has been archived at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. and the riveting display can now…

Chicago business owner David C. Nicosia, 55, faces multiple charges after slapping and spitting on Judge Arnette Hubbard, 79, an iconic and still active community…

The value of education for a college athlete has been called into question more times than anyone can count. Some believe college athletes are allowed…