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Dear Mrs. Parks, we read your story. We are glad you began the civir [i.e., civil] rights movement. We want you to know how things have changed. Black people is with whites people, Love Kiara [graphic].

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Title:Dear Mrs. Parks, we read your story. We are glad you began the civir [i.e., civil] rights movement. We want you to know how things have changed. Black people is with whites people, Love Kiara [graphic].
Date:2000
Description:

Drawings (with text) showing a yellow bus next to a figure of a woman with brown hair, likely representing Rosa Parks.

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Drawing sent to Rosa Parks by "Kiara", a student at Prairie View Intermediate School, Rhome, Texas.

Types:DrawingsColor2000-2010.gmgpc | Children's art2000-2010.gmgpc | Greeting cards2000-2010.gmgpc | StillImage
Subjects:Children's art | United States, Texas, Rhome | United States, Texas, Wise County
Collection:Rosa Parks Papers
Institution:Library of Congress
Contributors:Library of Congress
Persistent Link to Item:http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.49285