Rosa Parks Day is an American holiday celebrated on February 4 or December 1 in honor of the civil rights leader Rosa Parks.
Rosa Parks Day was created by the California State Legislature and first celebrated February 4, 2000.  The holiday was first designated in the U.S. state of Ohio championed by Joyce Beatty, advocate who helped Ohio's legislation pass to honor the late leader. It is designated as December 1st. This is further celebrated by the Columbus Ohio bus system (COTA) with a special tribute to the late civil rights leader.
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