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Honoring the Life & Legacy of Rev Dr Pauli Murray 

When: Wed., July 18, 6:30 p.m. 2012
Phone: 919-613-6167
The 2012 General Convention of the Episcopal Church honored Durham-raised Pauli Murray as a saint by naming her to the church's book "Holy Women, Holy Men" & adding her to the church's calendar (commemoration date July 1, her death date). Murray was the first African-American woman ordained to the Episcopal priesthood & a lifelong proponent of "the universal cause of freedom" through her advocacy for civil, labor & women's rights. This is the 4th annual service to honor her life & legacy, at St Titus Episcopal Church, where Murray worshipped, 400 Moline St, Durham. All invited; reception follows.


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