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Visitors to the Pauli Murray exhibit analyze the works on display at the Scrap Exchange. 
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Pauli Murray exhibit highlights her legacy in Durham

Local arts organization Scrap Exchange has teamed up with the Pauli Murray Project—a community-based initiative of the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute—to celebrate the life and legacy of Pauli Murray (1910-1985). The exhibition, called “Pauli Murray: Imp, Crusader, Dude, Priest,” brings to light the fluidity and multiplicity of Pauli Murray’s identities.


More than 300 people gathered in downtown Durham Friday afternoon to celebrate Women’s Equality Day.
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Activists celebrate Women's Equality Day at downtown rally

While Women’s Equality Day celebrates women’s right to vote, it also brings to the fore the lack of gender equality in other aspects of society, including healthcare, labor, and education. Commemorating the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment on August 18, 1920, Women’s Equality Day brought together different generations of women and men to the steps of the Old Durham County Courthouse Friday afternoon for a march and rally.


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Editor's Note, 1/22

The question, “What is this person’s identity?” unconsciously precedes the more important question, “What is this person saying?”

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Students waited for the Blue Devils to arrive following their win at Chapel Hill early Thursday morning.
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Students waited for the Blue Devils to arrive following their win at Chapel Hill early Thursday morning.


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