Rap Song Puts Rosa Parks in Spotlight

An aging Rosa Parks is at the center of a legal battle about a hip-hop song that refers to her famous refusal to sit at the back of a bus. Now her health records will be released in response to a request by a newspaper. NPR's Tony Cox talks with Dennis Archer, the former mayor of Detroit and Parks' appointed guardian, about her health and the case.



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