Artist brings Rosa Parks' house to Berlin

The Detroit home of civil rights icon Rosa Parks has been put on display in Germany.

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    The Detroit home of civil rights icon Rosa Parks has been put on display in Germany.

    The three-bedroom structure faced demolition until a Berlin-based artist stepped in to save the house, which pays tribute to the life of one of America's greatest activists.


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