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Pauli Murray Center to receive $330K grant

The Pauli Murray Center for History & Social Justice will receive $330,800 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to create exhibits about Murray’s life.

Murray, a human rights activist, legal scholar, feminist, poet, Episcopal priest and LGBTQ community member, was an influential Durham native.

Funds from the institute, a federal group that supports the nation’s libraries and museums, will help create exhibits inside the center, which is housed in Murray’s childhood home, located at 906 Carroll Street in the West End of Durham.

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