Help Us Spread The Word About Our Walking Tours!
We’re getting the word out about our walking tours to make sure locals and tourists alike know about these fabulous events!
If you’ve been on our tour, please take a moment to write a quick review on our new Trip Advisor page so more people learn about these programs!
This is a great way make sure everyone knows about our walking tours, one of the primary ways many learn about Preservation Durham and our work in the community… Not to mention all the great information our guides share about Durham’s tobacco heritage, civil rights legacy, and architecture & urban landscape!
Haven’t been on a walking tour yet? Check us out at the Farmer’s Market every
Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was an accomplished human rights activist, historian, attorney, poet, and teacher who believed in justice, reconciliation, and freedom. “As an American,” she wrote in 1945, “I inherit the magnificent tradition of an endless march toward freedom and toward the dignity of all mankind.”
Mentor to luminaries such as Eleanor Holmes Norton, Marion Wright Edelman, and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Pauli Murray referred to this march in a Ms. Magazine interview as a relay race. Today, the goal of the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice is to nurture the next generation of Pauli Murrays — and its new home will be none other than her childhood house. Read more.