Eve Tataz: Human Rights Activist Who Was Arrested 20 Times

From a Washington Post obit by Louie Estrada headlined “Eve Tetaz, stalwart human rights activist, dies at 91”:

Eve Tetaz, a retired Washington educator who joined rights groups at demonstrations into her 80s, facing arrest about 20 times while protesting the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the detentions at the U.S. military prison at Guantánamo Bay, died in Washington.

Ms. Tetaz was taken into custody so often — once while wearing an orange prison jumpsuit in front of the White House — that police and judges came to know her by her first name. With her crown of white hair, she was a distinctive presence at many protests and marches in the District.