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Pauli Murray Walking Tour: History of Racial Segregation in the West End Neighborhood

Pauli’s Durham is a 75-min walk into Durham’s history of racial segregation in the West End Neighborhood. Aya Shabu and friends share stories about the significance of Black Civil War soldiers, the Freedman Schools movement, unsung shero Pauli Murray – her multi-racial ancestry and heritage, and Pauli’s long history of relentless activism.

This walk is a collaboration with the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice and Whistlestop Tours. All tours start @ 10 a.m. at the Pauli Murray Center, 906 Carroll Street.

Tickets cost between $12 – $20 depending on availability (Children are free), and can be purchased here.

For more information, visit the Event Site.

By attending this tour, all participants assume full responsibility for the safety and well-being of themselves and minors accompanying them on the tour regardless of the weather conditions. And agree to hold harmless Whistle Stop Tours, its tour operators, the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice, and its staff/personnel from any liability causing personal injury to any of the participants during this tour.



Pauli Murray Project at the Duke Human Rights Center
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Pauli Murray Center
906 Carroll Street
Durham, North Carolina 27701 United States
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