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The dream is freedom : Pauli Murray's theology of American democracy

The argument was so important to her thinking that Ginsburg named Murray and Eastwood as co-authors on her Brandeis Brief. Murray was a gifted writer of prose and poetry. Murray responded to setbacks and obstacles with a renewed sense of purpose.

All her life, Pauli Murray valued both teaching and learning. From to , she was a vice president at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, leaving to become a professor at Brandeis University, where she earned tenure and taught until She left Brandeis and entered General Theological Seminary to prepare for the Episcopal priesthood at a time when women were not allowed to become priests. Those conventions were also changing, and at the age of 67, Murray became the first African-American woman ordained as an Episcopal priest in a ceremony at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.

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After her ordination, she celebrated the Eucharist in the same church in North Carolina where her white slaveholding and black enslaved families had worshipped, albeit in different sections. Murray held a Bible given to her by her grandmother, born a slave, and spoke at a lectern donated in honor of her great-grand-aunt, who had owned her grandmother. In presenting this honor to her, President A. You are an inspiration to those who seek the upward way for the soul and for society.

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In , Pauli Murray died of cancer. She is buried in Brooklyn, under the same headstone as her friend and longtime partner, Irene Barlow. Azaransky, Sarah.

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