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  • Sean Sala felt so elated when Congress approved repealing the military's ban on openly gay troops the 26-year-old sailor went on TV and revealed his sexual orientation publicly in what he calls his "Rosa Parks moment."

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • SAN DIEGO -- Sean Sala felt so elated when Congress approved repealing the military's ban on openly gay troops the 26-year-old sailor went on TV and revealed his sexual orientation publicly in what he calls his "Rosa Parks moment."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Recalling Rosa Parks, Rev. Jesse Jackson called the factory takeover "the beginning of a larger movement for mass action to resist economic violence."

    Curtis Black: What the Republic Victory Means

  • But it wouldn't be fair to call Rosa Parks, who was born in 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama and died October 24, 2005 at age 92, an "ordinary person."

    Kenneth C. Davis: The Day Rosa Wouldn't Move

  • And I was just curious because I knew it was a Rosa Parks sign, the highway we just got off of was called Rosa Parks, and I couldn't understand the connection between the Rosa Parks sign and the hearing.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2009

  • LEWIS: You know, so many people have called Rosa Parks the mother of the modern-day civil rights movement.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2005

  • I suppose you'll also call Rosa Parks an A-Hole for practicing civil disobedience against someone who was trying to take her rights.

    Donklephant

  • The rapper spent a large part of the evening whipping through the group's glory days -- performing hits like "Rosa Parks," "B.o. B." and "So Fresh, So Clean."

    Concert review: Big Boi at 9:30 Club

  • At the beginning of the movie Robert, the divorce lawyer who will eventually marry Giselle, gives his daughter a book about strong women such as Rosa Parks, then apologizes for not giving her the princess book she wanted.

    Enchanted

  • Upon returning to the filming for the BET segment, I had the good fortune to catch Rep. Conyers as he sung the praises of heroes such as Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King who led movements that brought about social change that at the onset seemed impossible.

    Rep's Conyers/Ellison/Waters Discuss Impeachment

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