Volunteers clear brush in 2013 from the one-time home of Pauli Murray on Carroll Street in Durham’s West End community. The Pauli Murray Project is working to repair the house and open a museum about Murray, an African-American activist, scholar, feminist, poet, lawyer and Episcopal priest and to address inequities and injustice.
Volunteers clear brush in 2013 from the one-time home of Pauli Murray on Carroll Street in Durham’s West End community. The Pauli Murray Project is working to repair the house and open a museum about Murray, an African-American activist, scholar, feminist, poet, lawyer and Episcopal priest and to address inequities and injustice. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Volunteers clear brush in 2013 from the one-time home of Pauli Murray on Carroll Street in Durham’s West End community. The Pauli Murray Project is working to repair the house and open a museum about Murray, an African-American activist, scholar, feminist, poet, lawyer and Episcopal priest and to address inequities and injustice. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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