We talk to the fearless Urana McCauley who carries her Auntie Rosa Parks' legacy to youth across the nation. The woman who came to be known as the first lady of civil rights for her resistance to racial segregation, made famous for her brave activism under threat of death, inspired her niece to become the courageous woman that she is today. Listen to what went through Rosa's mind the day she got on that bus and boldly confronted oppressive laws, who she was to her family, how the seeds to a loving life lie in making sandwiches for the poor, and why Black Lives Matter. As Rosa insisted in her autobiography, the struggle for justice was not then over and there was still work to be done. We can only imagine how proud she would be of the rousing niece following in her footsteps today. Follow Urana on YouTube and Twitter.