Sundays at Ten | Pauley on Pauli
Join Sundays at 10 on June 27th to hear Pauley on Pauli as St. Michael’s Brooke Pauley discusses the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray.
Pauli Murray+ may be the most famous Episcopalian you’ve never heard of. She’s been sainted by the Episcopal Church, had a residential college named after her at Yale, and was California's first black deputy attorney general. A poet, writer, activist, labor organizer, legal theorist, and Episcopal priest, Murray+ palled around with Langston Hughes and James Baldwin, maintained a twenty-three-year friendship with Eleanor Roosevelt, and helped Betty Friedan found the National Organization for Women.
Come learn more about this amazing Episcopalian pioneer.