Rhodes Alumna Named Diversity Pioneer

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Publication Date: 1/16/2008

Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg ′64 was named a "local diversity pioneer" recently at the 14th annual Shelby County (Tennessee) Cultural Diversity Day at the Cook Convention Center.

Wurzburg was cited for founding the Memphis chapter of the Panel of American Women, an integrated group she formed to fight racism following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and for authoring Tennessee’s first anti-discrimination law.