Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke Tuesday on the anniversary of Rosa Parks’ Dec. 1, 1955 arrest for refusing to give her bus seat to a white passenger.

The event sparked the boycott of Montgomery buses by black Americans to protest segregated seating. But Clinton, the current frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, also marked the occasion with a special logo on her social media accounts.


It did not go over well on Twitter, where users suggested that Parks is seemingly seated at the back of an H-shaped bus.

.@HillaryClinton‘s design team honored Rosa Parks today by moving her to the back of the buspic.twitter.com/eIYnVQ9uPa

— George Scoville (@stackiii) December 1, 2015 Read more…

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