Anne Ashmore-Hudson born Atlanta, GA June 23, 1942. Psychologist; early member of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; jailed four days 1960 for first sit-in against segregation Atlanta City Hall.
On her first night in jail: "[We] sang, prayed, danced, played games, told jokes. . . " (Harry Lefever, Undaunted by the Fight, p. 68, 2005; photo thehistorymakers.com)