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Thursday September 30 2021 at 7:00 PM


My Name is Pauli Murray: Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Thursday, September 30 | 7 pm
Perry Auditorium

Registration is free for this event, with an option to pay what you wish (select the option in the drop-down).

Please note that all attendees are required to wear a properly-fitted mask while on the Cathedral grounds and inside the Cathedral building.

Pauli Murray is of the most influential figures in American 20th century history. It’s time you learn their name. Ordained at the National Cathedral in 1977, Pauli Murray finished their professional life as an Episcopal priest. This unique discussion at the National Cathedral will explore Pauli’s activism as both groundbreaking for human rights and a lifelong expression of faith. Guests who are feeling unwell or believe they have been exposed to COVID-19 may not attend the event. All guests must comply with all applicable state, county, local laws, and Cathedral requirements. Masks are required.

Speakers
The Rev. Canon Kelly Brown Douglas 
Filmmakers Julie Cohen and Betsy West
Producer Talleah Bridges McMahon