Rosa Parks Was A Communist
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As the world drops to its knees to sing hosannas to St. Rosa today, the 60th anniversary of her big day on the bus, remember that she was a communist, and likely instructed to do what she did as a provocation. M. Catherine Evans reminded us of Parks' affiliations in 2013.
Parks attended the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee weeks before her arrest in Montgomery. Highlander, a kind of training facility for community organizers was started by two members of the Communist Party in 1954. There Parks learned about Gandhi and the effectiveness of nonviolent civil disobedience.

The Communists and Rosa Parks, American Thinker, February 28, 2013

See also Abolishing America, Cont'd: Black History…or Red?, by Sam Francis,  February 27, 2003.,
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