For the 60th Anniversary of Rosa Parks’ noble stand for her rights, Hillary Clinton posted a logo meant to show respect for Rosa Parks and her act. Unfortunately for her, it did not go over well with the public.
“History often gets made on ordinary days by seemingly ordinary people– December 1, 1955 was one of them. Thank you, Rosa Parks. -H”
Clinton spoke about Rosa Parks and her historic act earlier in the week, and gave a lot of credit to her and her extraordinary act. She also mentioned that
“we must be honest about the larger and deeper inequalities that continue to exist across our country,”
but that statement was lost to many of her critics. Read more here.