Afro-American has statue in Congress

Rosa Parks, the woman responsible for the end of racial segregation in the United States, will be from February 27 the first Afro-American to have a statue in the US Congress. The 42-year-old seamstress, was questioned on December 5, 1955 on a bus in Montgomery Alabama State about the differentiation of places for blacks and whites, set after the Civil War that took place from 1861until 1865. When a white man told her to let him sit where she was, the woman refused and ended up arrested and fined http://www.4. Rosa Parks died in 2005 at age 100.