I was more interested in the "treated as human beings" part since the policy then was to not treat black people as human beings. Whether or not Rosa Parks decided to commit premeditated bus sitting is not that interesting. I mean, should she just have gotten to the back of the bus? No big deal, perhaps. It's just a seat. http://time.com/4125377/rosa-parks-60-years-video/ But that doesn't change anything. It was still morally right to stand up to an unjust law especially since the alternative is to acknowledge white supremacy. Oh btw this sounds familiar.