Rosa Parks Biopic Focuses on Movement Defining Direct Action
“Rosa” draws from biography “The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks.”
Family Auctions Rosa Parks' Restored Detroit Home
The house is part of a larger auction of rare artifacts of Black history, which includes Alex Haley’s manuscript for “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” and The Jackson Five’s first professional record contract.
62 Years Ago: Rosa Parks Refused to Give Up Her Bus Seat, Inspiring the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Parks’ resistance kicked off the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which TV One depicts in the new trailer for “Behind the Movement.”
Rosa Parks' Detroit Home Restored and On Display in Berlin
Parks’ niece Rhea McCauley and artist Ryan Mendoza worked together to transport the house to Germany, where it recently opened to the public.
Library of Congress Acquires Archive of Civil Rights Movement Photos
Bob Adelman’s photos of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and other racial justice figures from the 1960s onward will now be part of the Library’s collection.
Jamila Woods Salutes Assata Shakur, Rosa Parks and #BlackGirlMagic in Powerful 'Blk Girl Soldier' Video
The singer, songwriter and poet’s solo debut, “Heavn,” drops later this month.
Twitter Loses it When Oregon Militia Leader Supposedly Compares Himself to Rosa Parks
MSNBC reporter says it’s not Bundy’s account.
Five Quotes to Celebrate Rosa Parks's Birthday
She was born 101 years ago today.
Rosa Parks Featured on USPS Forever Stamp
Today the USPS is released a commemorative forever stamp in honor of legendary civil rights activist Rosa Parks.
Rosa Parks Statue to Be Added to the Capitol
Parks will become the first African-American woman to have her own statue in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall.
Rosa Parks and the Love For Justice
Today’s love is dedicated to freedom fighters, past and present.