July 25, 2014: Pictures & Highlights from the Pauli Murray Exhibit opening in Charlotte

July 25, 2014: Pictures & Highlights from the Pauli Murray Exhibit opening in Charlotte

Learn more about Pauli Murray’s life and human rights activism. Pictures from the Opening!

Pauli Murray: Imp, Crusader, Dude, Priest

Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC

Levine Makes History with new LGBT Exhibit Charlotte Observer

Ahead of her Time: Pauli Murray at the Levine Charlotte Magazine

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Pauli Murray, 1910-1985, was an accomplished American activist who believed in justice, reconciliation, and freedom.  She championed the cause of human rights through her work as an author, educator, lawyer, feminist, poet and priest. As a woman, a person of color, a worker, and a member of the LGBTQ community, Murray refused to see herself restricted by the categories of gender, race, class and sexuality. Instead, she aspired to an integrated body, mind, and spirit that required a wholistic sense of self. This lofty aspiration spurred a life of energy and creativity that helped transform American society.

 

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