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  • National Night Out

    National Night Out

    Community gathering at the Historic Pauli Murray House Future Home of the Pauli Murray Center – 906 Carroll Street. Live Music. Snacks. Fellowship. Free Fresh Vegetables and Information about affordable […]

     
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  • Still Walking for Justice Exhibit Opening

    Still Walking for Justice Exhibit Opening

    Come celebrate local women activists from the civil rights era and the women who are carrying their legacy forward today. Still Walking for Justice is an exhibit created by the Pauli Murray […]

     
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  • Community Dialogue: 1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom

    Community Dialogue: 1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom

    A community dialogue that connects the civil rights issues that fueled the 1963 March on Washington to the issues of today. Fifty years ago, 250,000 people gathered in the shadow of […]

     
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  • Stepping Into Durham’s Long Civil Rights Movement: A Downtown Walking Tour

    Stepping Into Durham’s Long Civil Rights Movement: A Downtown Walking Tour

    This tour will focus on Civil Rights History, Immigration Issues, LGBTQ Youth Activism and early Jewish and Women elected officials. At each stop we will learn about how our past impacts issues […]

     
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  • Stepping Into Durham’s Long Civil Rights Movement: A Downtown Walking Tour

    Stepping Into Durham’s Long Civil Rights Movement: A Downtown Walking Tour

    Stepping Into Durham’s Long Civil Rights Movement: A Downtown Walking Tour Saturday, June 1 and  Saturday, August 3, 2013, 10 a.m. – 12 noon Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, Anti-War Actions, […]

     
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  • Historic Fitzgerald Family Cemetery: Memorial Day Ceremony

    Historic Fitzgerald Family Cemetery: Memorial Day Ceremony

    More than 112 people are buried in the Historic Fitzgerald Family Cemetery, including Robert G. and Richard B. Fitzgerald, pioneering Affrican American citizens of Durham. Robert G. Fitzgerald was the […]

     
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  • Pauli Murray: Durham’s First Saint

    Pauli Murray: Durham’s First Saint

    Pauli Murray: Durham’s First Saint Reverend Michael B. Curry, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, will lead a discussion about the sainthood of Durham native Pauli Murray. The […]

     
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  • Social Transformation: The Legacy of Pauli Murray

    Social Transformation: The Legacy of Pauli Murray

    Across the Threshold Conference: The Panel on “Social Transformation: The Legacy of Pauli Murray” will take place on March 2 from 3:50 to 5:20 p.m. as part of the Across the Threshold […]

     
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  • Still Walking For Justice

    Still Walking For Justice

    Women’s Walk to Commemorate 65th Anniversary of 1947 Journey of Reconciliation, the “First Freedom Ride” 10 a.m. Send Off Rally in Durham Corner of W. Chapel Hill & Carroll Streets […]

     
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  • Remembering the Historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

    Remembering the Historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

    Join Mandy Carter of the Bayard Rustin Centennial Project, and Barbara Lau of the Pauli Murray Project for a discussion of Rustin and Murray’s role in this historic civil rights […]

     
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