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  • Michael Collins' original Apollo 11 flight suit  By : Adrian Roose
    This is the personal NASA flight suit worn by Michael Collins after his recovery from the Apollo 11 mission.
  • ROSA PARKS: AN AMERICAN HERO  By : David Nalin
    As time goes by and old wounds heal it is easy to forget the struggles that brave and rebellious people make in order to clear the way for the freedom of others. We do pause from time to time during certain times of the year to reflect on the sacrifices made by individuals but each and every day is a good time to remember American heroes such as Rosa Parks. It is impossible for those of us who did not grow up in the troubled days before integration to understand what courage it took for Rosa Par
  • ROSA PARKS’ LEGACY LIVES ON  By : David Nalin
    There are many things that we take for granted today. Among these are the Civil Rights to which American citizens are entitled. As we move through our day to day lives it is very easy to forget that brave men and women made many sacrifices in order for us to have those freedoms. One such hero was Ms. Rosa Parks.
  • ROSA PARKS CARRIED THE TORCH OF FREEDOM AND EQUALITY  By : David Nalin
    Each year as school bells ring and children open their history books they hear the story of Rosa Parks. What they read and hear is how her one brave act was a key turning point in the fight for Civil Rights in the United States. It is certain that no matter how well the teacher explains it they will not grasp how bold Rosa Parks was. In reality, only those who were there at the time can understand. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t continue to learn about Rosa Parks and how she became known as
  • ROSA PARKS: CHAMPION FOR CIVIL RIGHTS AND FREEDOM  By : David Nalin
    There are many stories of brave and rebellious patriots that have risen from the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Few are more celebrated than the quiet seamstress whose actions lead to the ultimate fall of legalized segregation. The story is of Rosa Parks, often referred to as the mother of the modern civil rights movement.
  • ROSA PARKS: LINCHPIN FOR CHANGE  By : David Nalin
    For those of us living in the modern world it is difficult to comprehend how the actions of one brave woman could have changed the course of history. Turn back the clock to December 1st, 1955 and we find that this is exactly the case for Rosa Parks. The bold move made by Ms. Parks in refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white man set in motion a chain of events that lead to the Civil Rights Movement.

    For those of us living in the modern world it is difficult to comprehend how the action
  • Rosa Parks: Life after Montgomery  By : David Nalin
    It is well known that Rosa Parks played a spearhead role in the civil rights movement, by refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama city bus to a white passenger. Her life was a flicker of hope in a world of inequality. It's important to understand what happened to her after the bus boycotts that were started soon after her arrest. The Montgomery Bus Boycott was organized because of Rosa’s arrest for violating the city ordinance that demanded all public transportation be segregated.
  • Rosa Parks: A Lady of Determination  By : David Nalin
    At very few times in our nation’s history has one act or one person, for that matter, made a major impact on society as a whole. With one simple act, a lady by the name of Rosa Parks did just that; she set in motion one of the widest spread and far reaching movements this country has ever seen. She has been called many names; however the most prolific name is “the mother of the civil rights movement”. Rosa Parks made an enormous impact on the society in which she lived.
  • A Face of the Civil Rights Movement  By : David Nalin
    Rosa Parks was a spearhead in the civil rights movement. She left an indelible mark on history with her quiet strength and unwavering resolve. By simply refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama city bus, she made a statement that is still remembered. Today her action would not be considered any type of miss step, but in 1955 what she did was considered a criminal act. How is it possible that a seamstress with only a high school diploma could become one of face



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