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Charlene Hampton Holloway was arrested when she was 13 years old.
She was arrested for participating in a march in downtown Louisville in 1961. The march was intended to raise awareness about businesses that discriminated against African-Americans.
"I wasn't afraid," Holloway said. "I felt like they would release me to my parents or my grandparents."
After her first arrest, she was taken to jail, but that didn't discourage her and others from continuing to march. The second time, she was taken to a children's center.
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