The Rev. Pauli Murray, first African American woman ordained as an Episcopal Priest, was a champion for civil and human rights who grew up in Durham and whose fore bearers were slaves in Orange County and Chapel Hill. Pauli Murray’s insights and vision continue to resonate powerfully in our times. As a historian, attorney, poet, activist, teacher and Episcopal priest, she worked throughout her life to address injustice, to give voice to the unheard, to educate, and to promote reconciliation between races and economic classes.
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Please save the Date — the Pauli Murray Service will be held again this year at St. Titus’ on Wednesday, July 18,2012, at 6:30 p.m. The Right Reverend Michael Curry, Bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina will be Celebrant.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining the Pauli Murray Choir under the direction of our Music Director, Ramon Holloway.