was Rosa Parks nervous when she sat in the front seat?
- Kid MohawkLv 42 months agoBest Answer
I would imagine so. It's important to remember that Mrs. Parks was not the first black woman to defy 'the man' by taking such action, and she knew full well the consequences of her actions. In fact, she'd actually helped raise legal funds for a woman who'd done the same thing only a few months before her.
Edit: Off topic, but I've often wondered how the three men who gave up their seats have come to feel in the face of Parks having stood her ground.
- B-DubLv 52 months ago
i actually don't think she was. The story goes she sat there after working a long shift and was exhausted. She probably was so focused on resting that she said DGAF.