The home where civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks once lived has been on a global journey. After being shipped from Detroit to Berlin to undergo reconstruction, the house has been brought back to America and is slated to be auctioned off, CNN reported.
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Parks and her family initially moved into the Detroit home in 1957 after she received death threats in the South for refusing to give up her seat on a bus, the news outlet writes. She lived in the home with her husband, brother, sister-in-law, and her thirteen nieces and nephews.