Black History: Rosa Parks McCauley presentation

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I have attached the presentation already so you just filling the power point with the bullet points. The fifth slide is the only one that suppose to be in paragraph form which is about the opinion and the other directions are down below for it. You don't have to complete the second slide because it's just the name of the person and a picture in which I can do. Please make it pretty with designs if possible. The iconic figure I chose was Rosa Parks

  • Each slide should have 4-5 bullet points. The only exception is the slide where it asks for your opinion as to why you chose this person. This should be a fully formed paragraph with a thesis and a examples stated in it.
  • Bibliography should have the sources for the websites you used to obtain your information from. Without a bibliography I cannot grade you.
  • You may include photographs to enhance your power point but it should not be the priority.

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. . Title Page: name your iconic figure Inform us about their background What did your iconic figure do to stand out amongst other Americans What is YOUR OPINION on why they are significant and should be celebrated Have other people done anything to celebrate your figure, honors, awards, monuments... Bibliography: where did you get your information
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Title Page: Rosa Parks McCauley (1913-2005)

Inform us about their background
● She was born in February 4, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama and died in October
24, 2005 at the age of 92
● She was born during the era of segregation where the blacks and whites were
not allowed to mix
● Therefore, all her education was under segregation, where whites were
privileged and blacks discriminated
● She was forced to drop out of school to look after her sick mother and
grandmother and mother and never returned to school
● However, after marriage with Raymond Parks, a NAACP member, he
supported her and she was able to earn a degree and h...


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