But, based on my friendship with Evie as young mothers, I started going on freedom rides in 1966.
One of the reasons I came to Berkeley was because I saw so many students of all different colors speaking so many different languages and ferociously presenting all these different views. I thought, this is the 21st century and I want to be here!
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|Birth:||9th July, 1936|
|Death:||14th June, 2002|
|Profession:||Activist, Biographer, Playwright, Poet, Teacher, Writer|
June Millicent Jordan was a Caribbean-American poet and activist. At Barnard Jordan met Columbia University student, Michael Meyer, whom she married in 1955. Jordan subsequently followed her husband to the University of Chicago, where he would pursue graduate studies in anthropology. She also enrolled at the university but soon returned to Barnard where she remained until 1957.
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