Lest It Never Be Told: A Conversation about Durham Histories — November 3rd, 12 noon
What are the stories we know about Durham? What about stories we haven’t heard so often? How do some stories become well known while others fade from public view? How do histories shape the way we think about our hometown?
What would it mean to bring some of the lesser-known stories to light? In the spirit of Pauli Murray, this panel discussion explores Durham stories along this continuum and offers insights into the ways that history shapes our contemporary views.
November 3rd at 12 pm at the John Hope Franklin Center, Room 240
Watch the Panel Discussion HERE
Leslie Brown, Assistant Professor of History, Williams College
David Cecelski, Independent Historian and Writer
Charmaine McKissick-Melton, Associate Professor of English and Mass
Communications, North Carolina Central University
Andre’ Vann, University Archive at the Shepard Library, North Carolina Central
Barbara Lau, Director of the Pauli Murray Project, an initiative of the Duke Human
Pauli Murray Project at the Duke Human Rights Center
The Pauli Murray Project is supported through a grant from the Andrus Family Fun