Google Map Presentation – Activism in Durham
John Hope Franklin Center
A presentation by Barbara Lau and students about their work to document Pauli Murray’s legacy in Durham.
The Pauli Murray Project is supported by the Andrus Family Fund and the North Carolina Humanities Council
Free and Open to the Public
John Hope Franklin Center, Erwin & Trent
Sponsored by the Pauli Murray Project, a part of the Duke Human Rights Center, and Jeff and Lea Levin. Cosponsored by the Franklin Humanities Institute, Southwest Central Durham Quality of Life Project, Women’s Studies, African and African American Studies and the Office of Institutional Equity at Duke University.
The Pauli Murray Project seeks to activate history for social change. Through community engagement, we explore history as a way of acknowledging past wrongs and persistent connections as well as strengthening our ability to work together for positive change.