The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 98, July 1994 - April, 1995 Page: 550
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University of Texas students picketing Roy's Lounge in 1965. The lounge, near
the UT campus, gave up serving food rather than comply with the federal Civil
Rights Act of 1964, designed to end racial segregation in certain public accom-
modations. The resulting demonstrations were just one example of the way stu-
dents and others at UT took direct action to oppose racial segregation in early-
to mid-196os Austin. CN o0938. Courtesy Prints and Photographs Collection, Center
for American History, University of Texas at Austin.
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