The Team Qoheleth of Women, Leve Fanm Yo, greet you on behalf of Yeshuah and take this opportunity to introduce a new topic titled:
"History confirms that women are visionaries."
In this October 24, 2021 we think of the departure for the blessed eternity of a great figure of the civil rights movement, Mrs. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks.
She was an African-American activist who had played a central role in the Montgomery bus boycott. Like the black American leader Martin Luther King, she refuses to give way to whites on the buses. Rosa Parks was thus arrested on December 1, 1955, in
Montgomery, Alabama. This police action greatly contributed to the rise of Rosa Parks as the very figure of equal civil and political rights in America and even in the world.
News of Rosa Parks' arrest prompted more than 40,000 people to boycott Montgomery buses for more than a year.
Like the five daughters of Tselofrad who fought against the elders of the Jewish torah for the extension of the right to inheritance to all without discrimination of race or sex, Rosa Parks also achieved a great victory when the States took the decision to successively amend the laws on segregation from December 21, 1956.
Like the mother of all living, Hawah is honored after stepping out of the Garden of Eden, Rosa Parks is also honored as "first lady of the civil rights society" and "mother of the freedom movement" after the publication of the law passed by the United States Congress in 1964 that "broke down the barriers of legal discrimination against African Americans and made equality before the law a reality for all Americans."
Rosa Parks is the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions
for his efforts in favor of racial harmony and civil rights. She receives the highest civilian honor which is the Presidential Medal of Freedom, etc ...
Rosa Parks, like Esther of the Bible, braved the dangers that hung over her head by devoting her life to the cause of
universal human rights.
Rosa Parks, like Yeshuah, Gandhi, “truly embodies the love of humanity and freedom for all”.
Rosa Parks received death threats while protesting peacefully, but she persisted in her efforts and became "a living icon of freedom in America".
Well done women! Shalom and Shalom!
S. Onel Ecclesiaste