Advocates seek National Historic Landmark designation for Pauli Murray home in Durham

Pauli Murray Project advocates could take a significant step forward Tuesday in their quest to gain a National Historic Landmark designation for the childhood home of the attorney, priest and civil-rights activist.

On Tuesday morning, advocates will make their case to the National Parks Service’s Landmarks Committee, which reviews a National Historic Landmark nomination before making a recommendation to the National Park System Advisory Board. The meeting is in Washington, D.C.

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(News & Observer, 10/17/2016)