Rosa Parks: Racism And Discrimination

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Rosa Parks became a famous historic person because she revolted against the racism she was under. She went to jail for her bravery against whites and for doing what no other African-American would dare to do. Her actions with the help of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would start the war on the inhumane acts against someone’s race. John Steinbeck witnessed and identified the issue of racism in his book Travels with Charley. The fact that racism still plagues America today is unspeakable. Racism is unacceptable act against humanity that should have been over by now. . Everyone is equal so racism should not exist. In Steinbeck’s work he picks up an elderly African-American man on the side of the road. He states,” He didn’t live nearby at all but

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