Sept. 6th QTBIPOC Movie Night: My Name is Pauli Murray
QTBIPOC folx, join Guilford Green Foundation Sept. 6th 6-8 pm for a viewing of My Name is Pauli Murray at 121 N. Greene St. GSO, NC 27401. Pauli Murray was a civil rights activist, a pioneering feminist, a labor organizer, a lawyer, an Episcopal priest, and a writer of nonfiction, memoir, and poetry. Born Anna Pauline Murray in Baltimore, Murray was gender nonconforming, describing herself as “a girl who should have been a boy”. Murray was a leader in the fight against racism and sexism and worked as a labor organizer. She was a founding member of the Congress for Racial Equality and the National Organization for Women. She laid the intellectual foundations for the civil rights and feminist movements, articulating arguments for dismantling the “separate but equal” doctrine that permitted racial segregation and for extending the Equal Protection clause to women, and she mounted legal challenges to discriminatory laws. Learn more by visiting the https://www.paulimurraycenter.com/.
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