When Rosa Parks met Martin Luther King Junior (Collins Big Cat Progress)

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In some parts of America in the 1950s, white people and black people were treated very differently. Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King publicly fought against this - but in very different ways. This is the powerful and inspiring story of how they stood up for racial equality.

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