She Cared Enough to Go to Jail

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This one-page document contains four photographs of white civil rights student activist Julie Zaugg, who was arrested with two African-American students for trying to integrate worship at a Jackson, Mississippi all-white church. The title caption stated, "She's a mystery--and a headache--to the south and a topic of conversation in her own Lake Forest--but she won't compromise for what she believes."

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Document Description: one-page photocopy of typewritten document; located in PLT Archive folder "Ed King"; The name of the woman noted in the abstract of this document was determined based on research of the mentioned persons and/or events, but is not indicated on the document itself.

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