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  • MichaEL HarrEL

    Rosa Parks was a PAID GOVERNMENT INFORMANT [Puppet] to 'step on the bus'.... In order to help DE-STABILIZE and Undermine the Influential Black Economic Nationalism, i.e. Black Power Movement/ Garveyism and introduce DE-SEGREGATION [the loss of Your Indigenous Global Histories, Economies, Identities, Nationalities and Cultures] which eventually brought on mass confusion, an identity crisis, countless casualties and introduced a new MENTAL SLAVE CLASS [Inferior Class] among Indigenous Black folks. | You have been BRAINWASHED and reduced to Religious Prey [Pray] for the psychic vampires who harness your emotions and Melanin for THEIR Energy [Power]. | Their media [Staged Distractions] and Monotheist religions [Moralism] has been one of the Psychic Vampires most effective weapons in its genocidal campaign against the ORIGINal Indigenous Black People. | Civil Rights Movement aka Operation Counter Revolution aka Devolution... Warfare.

  • American Institute for History Education AIHE

    History Dec 1, 1955- Rosa Parks sets off a bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama when she refuses to give up her seat in the “colored” section of a bus to make room for a white passenger. Led by Martin Luther King, Jr., the boycott lasted for over a year and resulted in the desegregation of the buses. This is often thought of as the event that started the Civil Rights Movement.

  • Dyan London

    Rosa Parks was an African American civil rights activist whom the U.S. Congress later called “Mother of the Modern-Day Civil Rights Movement”. On December 1, 1955, Parks became famous for refusing to obey bus driver James Blake’s order that she give up her seat to make room for a white passenger. This action of civil disobedience started the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which is one of the largest movements against racial segregation. In addition, this launched Martin Luther King, Jr., who was involv

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