Hampton University and Mrs. Rosa Parks During the period of the boycott and following, Mrs. Parks and her family experienced constant harassment. She and her husband were fired from their jobs and unable to secure other employment. As a result, they returned to her home in Detroit. A mere nine months after the boycott officially ended on December 20, 1956, Mrs. Parks (mother of the Civil Rights Movement) was offered and accepted employment at Hampton University.
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A fama também trouxe problemas para a ativista. Sem conseguir emprego no Alabama e depois de uma série de ameaças, ela e o marido se mudaram para Detroit. Na foto, Rosa Parks acena de um jato da United Airlines, em Seattle, Washington, em 1956