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Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks (2002)

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Amazing movie!
19 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was truly amazing. I saw it in class and I almost cried. I never really realized how tough things were at that time. People were so horrible and I'm so glad it's over with and times have changed. This is definitely a remarkable movie. Rosa Parks really showed her importance against segregation in this movie. When the scenes that talked about the KKK came on I wanted to cry even more because the things the did were terrifying and it was so inspirational to see Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. say how we can't beat violence with more violence. I think everyone should see this movie, just so that could realize how terrifying times used to be and how good it is to live in a world without segregation.


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