Linda Evans (radical)
|Linda Sue Evans|
|Other names||Linda Evans, Rebecca Ann Morgan, Christine Johnson, and Louise Robinett|
|Known for||SDS, Weatherman, Weather Underground Organization|
Linda Sue Evans (born May 11, 1947) is an American
Evans began her life as an activist by organizing demonstrations at Michigan State University during 1965.
 In 1967 Evans became a member of the East Coast chapter of
Evans’ leadership role in SDS began after a conference held on July 15, 1969 at
Soon after Evans return from Hanoi, SDS held various conferences so that she could relate her experiences in Hanoi. During these conferences Evans stated that "SDS is on the side of North Vietnam and the National Liberation Front", called out the U.S. as the aggressor, and spoke of the "extremely humane treatment" given to captured American GIs.
 To conclude many of her appearances, she mentioned how willing the Vietnamese women and children were to bear arms in order to fight for their cause, and told of seeing an
Two of these conferences were notable for their high attendance. One took place at St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church in
In 1970 Evans was arrested for conspiracy and crossing state lines to incite a riot while organizing for SDS’s National Action, more commonly known as the
After Evans was released from prison in 1970, she moved to Texas where she continued to participate in radical causes.