“You could’ve at least let Rosa sit at the front of the logo.”
Tuesday marks 60 years since Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of a bus for a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama — a potent symbol of defiance and a landmark moment in the struggle for civil rights.
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To mark the day, her campaign also changed the Clinton "H" logo to include an image of Parks.
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