Rosa Parks: My Story Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-09 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 70 user ratings

"Good book. Includes a lot of information as well as corrections to false information printed elsewhere. However, it has false information as well. I am confused as to why she says that she and Claudette Colvin’s mother were plaintiffs in the Browder case of 1956, when they were actually Aurelia Browder, Susie McDonald, Jeanette Reese, Claudette Colvin, and Mary Louise Smith. Also, I am baffled as to why people keep claiming that Claudette Colvin’s pregnancy was the reason her case was not followed up to a higher court when she didn’t become pregnant until months later." said.

" Rosa Parks is such an inspirational woman. I just recalled reading her autobiography a while ago while I was studying her recently. Her story is amazing! She refused to give up her seat to a white passenger and helped spark a whole entire movement. Thank you so so so much Rosa Parks. More people should read this autobiography. " said.

"This book is an eye opener. I was aware of the racism that exist towards African American in the U.S but I've never knew that it was even worst back then. Even the laws favor the white. Rosa Park's story is so simple; she refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man so she was put in jail. But her action is like a catalyst to a whole new wave of movement. The bus service boycott was a brilliant idea even tho it's practically near impossible but they did it. Her life story is so inspirational either as people of color or as a woman. I really enjoyed it. Personal note (view spoiler)" said.

" It's pretty good.I had to read it for school.At first, I thought it was going to be super boring but it was accually pretty good. " said.

" Back in the fourth grade this was my favorite book. My copy of this book looks messed up now. That's how much I loved this book and how awesome it was. " said.

" Happy 100th Birthday, Rosa. Thank you for telling us about your life in your own words. It sure cleared-up and complexified my understanding of your role in the Civil Rights Movememt and beyond. " said.

" I now admire Rosa Parks even more, and have a much deeper respect for her. She was courageous and a very strong (also proud) inspirational women. You must read to understand her bravery. Please the movie si no where close to demonstrate what she had gone through. " said.

" I enjoyed this book greatly. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in civil rights or the time period of the 1960s. This made me really understand how hard it was for people who weren't accepted growing up. her story has really inspired me on a whole new level. Seriously, a great book, I suggest reading for yourself. " said.

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