BY ROBYN HARPER
Huffington Post Gay Voices
Last weekend, on my personal blog, I wrote briefly about Rosa Parks, as Dec. 1 marked the anniversary of her legendary stance for equal rights. She once said that she “would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freedom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people.”
How times change. No doubt in many a history class, the youth of today find what Rosa Parks and other people were subjected to and went through in order to secure a citizenship of equal value to be quite incredible and perhaps even unimaginable.
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