Speaking Truth, Envisioning Transformation: The Gifts of Pauli Murray
Sponsor(s): Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI)
Cost: Free and open to the public
A daughter of Durham, the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray worked as a lawyer, activist, poet and Episcopal priest (now saint) at the intersection of all of the major human rights movements of the 20th century.
During this LGBT History Month program, Barbara Lau, executive director of the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice and director of the Pauli Murray Project at the Duke Human Rights Center / Franklin Humanities Institute will share Murray's story, promote her vision for justice and equity for all, and preview the development of a newly designated National Historic Landmark at Murray's childhood home.
Type: LAW, MULTICULTURAL/IDENTITY, ETHICS, HUMAN RIGHTS, DIVERSITY/INCLUSION, LECTURE/TALK, and RELIGIOUS/SPIRITUAL
Contact: DCRI Diversity & Inclusion