By Ayana Archie and Brandon Griggs, CNN
In 1957, two years after her famous refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus, Rosa Parks fled to Detroit to escape death threats.
There, she and her husband lived for some time in a modest clapboard house with her brother, her brother’s wife and their 13 children.
The house eventually fell into disrepair and was almost demolished. But after a long and unlikely journey — which included the house being dismantled, shipped to Germany and displayed as an art installation — it will be sold by a New York auction house next month.