Six days after leaving the hospital, civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks said she felt fine and was glad to be back among friends.
The 85-year-old mother of the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott emerged from a car Sunday and was slowly guided up the stairs into Detroit's St. Matthew AME Church."We've saved your favorite seat for you," the Rev. Eddie Robinson told Parks as he walked with her to the left front row.
Parks was hospitalized May 30 after falling in her Detroit apartment. Tests at Harper Hospital found no evidence that she had a heart attack or stroke, and doctors released her June 1.