Pauli Murray Project records, 2004-2012
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- John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University. Center for Documentary Studies, and Archive of Documentary Arts (Duke University)
- The Pauli Murray Project is an ongoing project in the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute. It sponsors programs and courses creating documentaries and other community resources about Durham history. The Pauli Murray Project Records include both community projects and oral history projects from undergraduate courses offered by Duke University through the Center for Documentary Studies and the Franklin Humanities Institute.
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- Materials in English
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The Pauli Murray Project Records include both community projects and oral history projects from undergraduate courses offered by Duke University through the Center for Documentary Studies and the Franklin Humanities Institute. Contents include various projects documenting Parrish Street/Black Wall Street in Durham, mapping and documenting civil rights/human rights in Durham, the Still Walking for Justice march, and a Brown vs. Board of Education anniversary exhibit. Files are typically arranged by undergraduate student name, and often included audiovisual recordings of oral history interviews conducted as part of a course assignment. Consult the collection guide for more information. All audiovisual materials have been removed to Box 4.
- Biographical / historical:
The Pauli Murray Project is an ongoing project in the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute. It sponsors programs and courses creating documentaries and other community resources about Durham history.
- Acquisition information:
- The Pauli Murray Project Records were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book Manuscript Library as a gift in 2013.
- Processing information:
Processed by: Meghan Lyon, 2015.
Accessions described in this finding aid: 2013-0136
Arranged into series: Community Projects, Oral History Projects, and Audiovisual/Electronic Media.
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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