**Free Rosa Parks Cootie Catcher Included
February 4th marks the birthday of Rosa Parks, one of the most influential civil rights activists in history. Born in Alabama in 1913, she is best known for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man, which sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Here's a fun cootie catcher activity you can do with your kids or students to celebrate the courageous Ms. Parks and learn more her contributions to society!
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Happy birthday, Rosa Parks!