Sheroes like Rosa Parks sat down and set the standard for authentic, servant leadership. She stood for justice and represents those who might have intentional charts their journey but rather evolve into their leading roles. Just thinking back…it was December 1, 1955. She was a seamstress and she rode the bus. Her role was already […]
On this day in 1955, Rosa Parks refused to stand, and then she was arrested for not giving up her seat. At the time, people likely pointed and criticized. Some empathized. Others took action and supported what became the Montgomery Bus Boycott. As history tells us, she was judged and jailed. In turn, she later […]
Who knew that on that ordinary day in December 1955 that history would be made? Rosa Parks took a simple action of refusing to give up her seat. Her action has had an enduring affect. According to the Washington Post, the United States Postal Service honors her with U.S. “forever stamp” on what would have […]
As Women’s History Month 2012 comes to a close, I am reflecting about how women made contributions throughout history. While books, recordings, and nationwide celebrations provide stories about what they did and how they did it, I feel compelled to appreciate more significant contributions. I want to know how they go to their respective platforms. […]
This weekend marks the 47th anniversary of the signing of the landmark Civil Rights Act. On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Baines Johnson stood along with civil rights leaders to sign one of the most powerful legislative measures to date. Would our nation have evolved as it has today without such an important decision?