Rosa Parks for Kids! Watch this educational video for children with a Rosa Parks Biography

It’s time for learning with a fun Rosa Parks
for kids cartoon. Hey history is full of courageous people who
stood up to help us get to where we are today. Right now I want to talk to you about one
of those people named Rosa Parks. Have you ever heard of Rosa Parks? If not that’s okay
because I am going to give you a few fun facts about Rosa Parks for kids and her life as
a civil rights activist. Starting off Rosa Parks was born Rosa Louise McCauley on February
4, 1913, in Tuskegee, Alabama. So check this out when Rosa was a kid, she
may be just like you, or a kid you know. At a young age her parents decided they would
not be together anymore and Rosa moved with her mother to Pine Level, Alabama where they
stayed with her grandparents. Living with her grandparents allowed Rosa
to see people do mean things African Americans, but it also showed her how to be strong! Like
one day her grandfather protected their farm from a group of men called the Ku Klux Klan.
This group was known for killing African Americans and her grandfather stood out front protecting
their home as the Ku Klux Klan marched by. When it came to school things were not fair
either. As a child the schools Rosa went to were segregated. This meant that African American
students were not allowed to go to school with White Students. Although Rosa enjoyed school, she left school
in the 11th grade to help her sick mom and grandmother. Later in 1929 she married Raymond parks who
was a barber and also a part of the NAACP organization and that the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored People. You see back then African America’s weren’t called
African American. They were called, “Colored.” She later got her high school degree and became
involved with the NAACP too as a youth leader. On December 1, 1955, this is when Rosa do
something in history that would spark a change for how African Americans were treated in
the United States of America. During this time in Montgomery, Alabama the
local buses were also segregated. Whites would be in the front of the bus and African Americans
would come to the front of the bus to pay their bus fair but then leave the bus and
go through the back door to sit at the back of the bus with a sign marked, “Coloreds.” On that day Rosa was told by the bus driver
to move so that a white passenger who got on the bus could have her seat. After thinking
about what the bus driver said Rosa was tired of being treated unfairly and refused to move.
After refusing to move the bus driver had her arrested. She was later convicted for
not following the laws. This made a lot of people mad and sparked the Montgomery Boycott
with another major person in African American History, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Montgomery
Boycott saw African Americans coming together to refuse using the bus to get around town.
The boycott lasted several months and when many buses sat empty the city had to do something. The boycott officially ended on December 20,
1956 after the Supreme Court said they couldn’t treat African Americans unfairly. The life and legacy of Rosa Parks will be
one that will be remembered in our hearts and minds as we go forward
trying to create a world that does not judge others on the color of their skin. Rosa parks died on October 24, 2005, at the
age of 92, but although she is gone her resistance to unfair treatment will never be forgotten
and I hope you enjoyed this Rosa Parks Biography for kids.

70 thoughts on “Rosa Parks for Kids! Watch this educational video for children with a Rosa Parks Biography”

  1. I'm supposed to write an essay that I'm going to I guess preform in front of all of six grade some parents and advisors its for Black history month and its on I think Sarah E. Goode! I was hoping you can possibly make a video on her she was the first black woman to receive a patent for her invention the "Folding Bed"! That's if you can I wanted rosa parks but someone took her before I could!

  2. Good Morning, can u do a video on Malala Yousafzai?
    P.s these are daily videos my children watch. u are blessed with a gift to $pread education. GOD bless u

  3. I just today went to the museum in Montgomery field trip to see the history is was so sad and happy I feel so brace now

  4. Good Work! We think she is a hero! We already knew some of the things from the video but we learned more! We learned to stand up for ourselves! It was an awesome video!

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