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  • Pauli Murray Birthday Party

    Pauli Murray Birthday Party

    Come celebrate Pauli Murray’s birthday with cake, poetry and poster presentations by Architecture students from NC State University School of Design about visions for the future of Pauli Murray’s Childhood […]

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  • BC Plaza Birthday Celebration for Pauli Murray

    BC Plaza Birthday Celebration for Pauli Murray

    The Pauli Murray Project is an organization dedicated to raising awareness of the Human Rights history of the Durham area through the legacy of Pauli Murray. As a visionary scholar, […]

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  • Pauli Murray Childhood Home Community Cleanup

    Pauli Murray Childhood Home Community Cleanup

    An opportunity to work with your neighbors and friends to show this important historic property some much needed TLC.  Please wear long pants and long sleeves and NO OPEN TOED […]

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  • Pauli Murray vs. UNC: Wrestling With Change in the Jim Crow South

    Pauli Murray vs. UNC: Wrestling With Change in the Jim Crow South

    In 1938, Pauli Murray applied for admittance to a graduate program at UNC-CH. She was denied acceptance because of her race. With her eloquent words and tenacious determination, she confronted […]

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  • Pauli Murray Exhibit Opening: The Birth of an Activist

    Pauli Murray Exhibit Opening: The Birth of an Activist

    A traveling panel exhibit based on archival materials exploring Pauli Murray’s 1938 application for admission to graduate school at UNC-CH and its impact on her future, her Durham community, North […]

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  • A Community Visioning Gathering: Imagining a Future for Pauli Murray’s Childhood Home

    A Community Visioning Gathering: Imagining a Future for Pauli Murray’s Childhood Home

    Pauli Murray wrote eloquently about the home at 906 Carroll Street that was the center of life for her family including her aunt Pauline Dame and her grandparents, Robert and […]

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  • Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group III

    Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group III

    We will be discussing Murray’s memoir, Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family, and selections of poetry from her book,Dark Testament, posted on the Pauli Murray Project web site. For more information, […]

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  • Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group II

    Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group II

    We will be discussing Murray’s memoir, Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family, and selections of poetry from her book, Dark Testament, posted on the Pauli Murray Project web site. For more information, […]

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  • Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group

    Pauli Murray Project Summer Reading Group

    We will be discussing Murray’s memoir, Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family, and selections of poetry from her book,Dark Testament, posted on the Pauli Murray Project web site. For more information, […]

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  • Pauli Murray Celebration

    Pauli Murray Celebration

    The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and St. Titus’ Episcopal Church extend a warm invitation to worship together in celebration of the life of Anna Pauline Murray (activist, poet, lawyer, […]

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