Sixty years ago today Rosa Parks sat in a bus seat and refused to move. Little did she know that this would catapult her to fame by refusing to move and standing up for herself. She sat their on the bus first with tired feet. At the time, the law in Alabama was written that any black person had to move for a white person on the city bus. There was already segregation by white and black, these laws were unjust and Rosa Parks proved it more that day. By refusing to move she was handcuffed and taken to jail. From there she gained many supporters leading to the Montgomery Boycott lead by Martin Luther King Jr. The boycott was a success in time. None the less, Rosa Parks made a difference in, not just America, but the world when she refused to move from the bus seat.