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Rosa Parks de Lisbeth Kaiser
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Rosa Parks (edição: 2017)

de Lisbeth Kaiser, Marta Antelo (Illustrator.)

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Rosa Parks grew up during segregation in Alabama, but she was taught to respect herself and stand up for her rights. In 1955, Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man on a segregated bus, sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Her decision had a huge impact on civil rights, eventually leading to the end of segregation on public transport. Rosa was described as "the mother of the freedom movement". This inspiring story of Rosa's life is moving, and approachable for young readers.… (mais)
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Mooi boek die een kijkje geeft in het leven van Rosa Parks. Het boek is geschreven zodat kinderen zich goed kunnen inleven en het verhaal kunnen begrijpen. Het boek is goed te gebruiken om het onderwerp 'gelijkheid' te bespreken. ( )
  Iripet | Jan 10, 2021 |
I picked this up because of the retro cute cover and the illustration style. It's a beautiful little book, but the text of the story didn't sit well with me. When the book ends: "But she knew who she was. A regular person, just as good as anyone else," it feels condescending. It made sense in the middle of the book, when she was little and the book is looking at how she was treated differently/poorly because she was black, to talk about how she's "just as good as anyone else." But, in 2017, it's weird to emphasize that same narrative at the end of the story.

It comes across as, hey, little African American readers, you're just as good as anyone else! Implying that maybe you weren't aware of that? Like empowering stories and representation are really important, but I feel like they should be coming from a place of power instead of a place of insecurity? I wanted an ending more like: Rosa knew who she was. Not just a regular person, a person who saw something wrong and worked really hard to address it. A person with a regular life and regular problems, who chose to fight against them. A determined and driven person, who became a hero.

On the other hand, I really appreciated that this didn't take the inaccurate narrative that Rosa didn't move on the bus because she was tired. I feel like when I learned about her in school, the narrative was that she was tired of working and just couldn't move instead of she was tired of poor treatment and was choosing to take a stand. So I liked that this made it really clear that she was taking deliberate action.

I don't know. I have a lot of complicated thoughts about this picture book. ( )
  bookbrig | Aug 5, 2020 |
Van klein tot groots: Rosa Parks. Tekst: Lisbeth Kaiser. Tekeningen: Marta Antelo.

Het zesde deel in de reeks Van klein tot groots en wederom een voltreffer. Eerst en vooral wil ik nog even benadrukken hoe goed deze reeks over kleine meisjes met grote dromen is. Ze is inspirerend, enthousiasmerend en empowerend. Prachtig gewoon. Elk deeltje heeft een eigen schrijver en tekenaar en hoewel de stijl steeds heel verschillend is, is het geheel een samenhangende verzameling die je volledig in je bezit wil hebben.

Dit deel gaat over de moedige Rosa Parks, die al van kindsbeen af graten zag in de ongelijkheid tussen witte en zwarte mensen. Echt actief in de burgerrechtenbeweging werd ze pas toen ze huwde met haar man Raymond Parks. Op haar 42ste werd ze gearresteerd omdat ze haar plaats in de bus niet wou afstaan aan een witte man. En de rest is geschiedenis.
Of zou dat toch moeten zijn. Jammer genoeg is haar strijd, meer dan 50 jaar later, nog niet gestreden. Integendeel zelfs.

Net daarom is het zo belangrijk om haar verhaal te kennen, te lezen, te delen. Om jong en oud te inspireren. Want hoewel er nog veel werk aan de winkel is kunnen we gerust stellen dat Rosa een held is die heel wat voor ontelbaar veel mensen heeft betekend, en nu nog steeds betekent.

Kleine meisjes met grote dromen kunnen uitgroeien tot belangrijke vrouwen die de wereld veranderen. Lees Rosa, wees Rosa! ( )
  Els04 | Jul 31, 2020 |
Rosa Louise McCauley (Parks de casada) (Tuskegee, 1913 • Detroit, 2005) fue una activista y una de las figuras más importantes del movimiento por los derechos civiles de Estados Unidos. Nieta de esclavos, se crió con su madre, su hermano y sus abuelos en una pequeña granja en las afueras de Montgomery, Alabama, donde se tuvo que enfrentar a un trato cruel e injusto debido a su color de piel. Habitualmente Rosa se defendía con valentía y dignidad, pero no descubrió el activismo hasta que conoció a su marido, Raymond Parks. A los treinta años, se convirtió en líder de la Asociación Nacional para el Progreso de las Personas de Color (NAACP) en Montgomery y comenzó a trabajar para acabar con la desigualdad. A los cuarenta y dos, fue detenida y encarcelada porque se negó a cederle el asiento en un autobús a una persona blanca. Su detención unió a los afroamericanos de Montgomery para exigir un cambio y ella lideró un boicot de un año a los autobuses. Las acciones de Rosa y su ardua labor ayudaron a desarrollar el movimiento de derechos civiles pero para su trabajo, su propia seguridad y la de su familia fueron un peligro. Se mudaron al norte de Detroit, donde descubrió con consternación que persistía una gran desigualdad entre blancos y negros. Rosa fue activista toda la vida, ayudó e inspiró a innumerables personas con su valor, dignidad y determinación en la lucha por la igualdad de los seres humanos.
  bibliotecayamaguchi | Jul 3, 2019 |
In this true story of an inspiring civil rights activist, Rosa Parks grew up during segregation in Alabama, but she was taught to respect herself and stand up for her rights. In 1955, Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man on a segregated bus, sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Her decision had a huge impact on civil rights, eventually leading to the end of segregation on public transport.
  wichitafriendsschool | Jun 18, 2018 |
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Rosa Parks grew up during segregation in Alabama, but she was taught to respect herself and stand up for her rights. In 1955, Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man on a segregated bus, sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Her decision had a huge impact on civil rights, eventually leading to the end of segregation on public transport. Rosa was described as "the mother of the freedom movement". This inspiring story of Rosa's life is moving, and approachable for young readers.

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