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Mourners Pay Final Respects to Rosa Parks

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Mourners Pay Final Respects to Rosa Parks

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Mourners Pay Final Respects to Rosa Parks

Mourners Pay Final Respects to Rosa Parks

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Six-year-old Taylor Lawson, right, and her mother Courtney Lawson at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, Mich., to pay respects to Rosa Parks, Nov. 1. Reuters hide caption

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Celebrities, politicians and other mourners flock to Detroit for the funeral of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks. Former President Bill Clinton and singer Aretha Franklin are among the thousands who paid their respects to Parks, who died Oct. 24 at age 92. WDET's Quinn Klinefelter reports on the service.

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