Rosa Parks Age, Net Worth, Husband, Family, Height and Biography

rosa parks
Net Worth $2 Million
Name Rosa Parks
Date of Birth 4 February 1913
Age 92 Years Old
Gender Female

Rosa Parks Net Worth

$2 Million

Rosa Louise McCauley Parks also known as Rosa Parks, was an American activist in the civil rights movement. As of 2005, Rosa Parks’s net worth was $2 million. She is well remembered for her critical involvement in the Montgomery bus boycott.

Parks garnered widespread acclaim, including the NAACP’s 1979 Spingarn Medal, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and a posthumous monument in the National Statuary Hall of the United States Capitol.

Rosa Parks Wiki/Biography

Born on 4 February 1913, Rosa Parks’s age was 92 Years Old as of 2005. She was born in a middle-class family from Tuskegee, Alabama, United States. She was known to hold an American nationality and has her belief in the Christian.

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Rosa Parks Childhood Pic

She completed her early education at the Highlander Folk School, Tennessee and the Montgomery Industrial School for Girls in the United States.

She later enrolled herself at the Alabama State Teachers College for Negroes, and later at the Highlander Research and Education Center in the United States from where she completed her higher studies. She was very active in her studies and was very much interested in politics as well.

Name Rosa Parks
Full Name Rosa Louise McCauley Parks
Net Worth $2 Million
Date of Birth 4 February 1913
Date of Death 24 October 2005
Age 92 Years Old
Birth Place Tuskegee, Alabama, United States
Death Place Detroit, Michigan, United States
Profession Activist in The Civil Rights Movement
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Ethnicity African Descent
Hometown Tuskegee, Alabama, United States
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
School/High School Highlander Folk School, Tennessee
Montgomery Industrial School
College/University Alabama State Teachers College for Negroes, United States
Highlander Research and Education Center, United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Family, Husband & Relationships

Rosa Parks’s parents were James and Leona McCauley. Rosa Parks’s father’s name was James McCauley, a carpenter by profession.

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Rosa Parks’s Father

Rosa Parks’s mother’s name was Leona McCauley, who was a teacher by profession.

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Rosa Parks with her Mother

She also had one sibling. His brother’s name is Sylvester McCauley.

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Rosa Parks’s Brother

Rosa Parks’s marital status was married. In the year 1932, she married Raymond Parks, but he, unfortunately, died in the year 1977.

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Rosa Parks with her Husband
Father Name James McCauley
Mother Name Leona
Brother Name Sylvester McCauley
Sister Name
Boyfriend Raymond Parks
Marital Status Married
Husband Name Raymond Parks

Physical Appearance

Rosa Parks was a beautiful-looking lady. She was known for her charming personality. She had a cute smile, adorable looks, and a slim body.

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She owned a slim figure, with her figure measurements measuring 33-26-34 inches. She was 5 feet, and 2 inches in height, and her body weight was around 55 Kg. She had long and shiny grey color hair and had beautiful and mesmerizing brown color eyes.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 158 cm
in meters: 1.58 m
in feet inches: 5’ 2”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 55 kg
in pounds: 121 lbs
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Grey


Rosa Parks started her career as an activist. Rosa Parks married a Montgomery barber in 1932. He was a member of the NAACP, which was fundraising for the Scottsboro Boys, a group of black men falsely convicted of raping two white women.

Rosa worked as a household worker and a hospital aide. She graduated from high school in 1933, when fewer than 7% of African Americans did.

Parks joined the Montgomery NAACP chapter in December 1943 and was elected secretary at a time when this was considered a woman’s duty. ‘I was the only woman there, and they needed a secretary,’ she subsequently said.

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She worked as a secretary until 1957. “Women should be restricted to the kitchen,” she worked for local NAACP leader Edgar Nixon. “I need a secretary,” Parks said, “and you are a great candidate.”

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