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Who had been Rosa Parks? 

Rosa Parks was an African American civil rights activist. She is best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955–1956. Parks’ refusal to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus, sparked a citywide boycott of the buses by African Americans and led to a 1956 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that segregated seating on public buses was unconstitutional. Parks’ act of defiance and the Montgomery bus boycott became important symbols of the modern Civil Rights Movement. Open A.I.

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Rosa parks portrait black and white created remotely by aNa artist for pop art

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Why should I create a digital tribute to Rosa Parks by using Pop Art Fun?

Pop Art is a 1950’s art mouvement that wanted to show up popular topic. Pop artists wanted Art from the street and for the street a long time ago before Street Art. It had to be fun and positive with peaceful subjects and bold luminous colors. Andy Warhol can be considered as a model. And even the King of…

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Creating a peaceful digital Rosa Parks portrait as a tribute to Rosa Parks is a great way to honor her legacy.

For instance, if I create a Rosa Parks portrait remotely on, it reminds people of her important role in the civil rights movement.

Why should I share either my Rosa Parks Portrait or the entier activity as an idea?

Sharing my artwork can educates others about her impact.

Additionally, a digital tribute can provide a platform to gather stories, photos, and other materials that document her life and work. Finally, it can be used to encourage and inspire others who are working for social justice today.

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What is rosa parks medals of freedom?

The Rosa Parks Medal of Freedom is an award established in 1999 by President Bill Clinton in honor of civil rights icon Rosa Parks.

It is given to individuals in recognition of their exemplary commitment to the civil rights movement and their tireless efforts to bring about social change. The award is the highest civilian honor bestowed by the United States government.

By creating a Pop Art Rosa Parks digital or remote portrait is not only about Artwork or design. It means so much more. So you can invite people to join that creative activity to build a world wide pop art virtual remote as a symbol of civil rights.

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How to create a virtual world wide mural during a remote pop art on demand event?

1. Choose a smart Venue: By choose our PRO plan you get a remote and responsive venue for your pop art on demand event. It works either on computer, smartphone or tablet. What makes it possible in every condition and situation.

2. Invite Guests: Invite people to attend the event. You can use an online conference platform to meet small groups. Or you can send invitations directly to invite people to create their own Rosa Parks Portrait when ever they want before the dead line you decided and share.

3. Promote the Rosa Park Pop Art Portrait Event: Promote the event on social media, in local news outlets, and other places where your target audience is likely to see it.

4. Prepare Content: Create engaging content for the event by featuring artwork from pop artists, highlighting the work of guest speakers, and providing fun activities for participants.

5. Organize the Event: Set up the event on platform and ensure that everything is running smoothly and on time.

6. Follow Up: After the event, follow up with attendees to collect feedback and thank them for participating.

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