Thousands filed passed the casket of civil rights icon Rosa Parks this past weekend as she lied in state at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the U.S. Capitol. She is the first woman ever to lie in state in the capitol rotunda. Thousands more came out to pay their respects Wednesday for Parks’, funeral at the Wright Museum in her adopted hometown of Detroit. The likes of Jesse Jackson, Aretha Franklin, and former President and Mrs. Clinton attended. As a further honor to Ms. Parks, 2,000 of the 4,000 seats were made available to the public. Parks died on Oct. 30 in Detroit at age 92.