In honor of Black History Month, Rutledge Pearson Child Development Daycare Center asked students to attend class dressed as a Black history civil rights activist or iconic figure that represents civil rights and/or the African American post and pre slavery struggle. Many of the four year old students chose black history figures that they either heard about through their parents or read about in books and newspapers. Student Amara Jacobs characterized and presented a skit on Rosa Park’s infamous bus experience that documents her refusal to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus in 1955. Pictured is Amara Jacobs in her iconic Rosa Parks garb and a side by side photo detailing the similarities.
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