Join Hidden Voices, the Pauli Murray Project, and the Duke Human Rights Center as we commemorate the 100th anniversary of Pauli Murray‘s birth with a new play that explores the life and legacy of one of North Carolina’s own.
Barbara Lau appeared on Office Hours to share Pauli Murray’s significance and announce the new play, To Buy the Sun, a collaborative project with Hidden Voices.
The Chatham Arts Film Series will showcase new pieces from Home Is Not One Story.
Duke Chapel will host an Adult Forum, a chance for audience members to learn more about Home is Not One Story and meet some of the project’s participants.
Join an exhilarating hands-on workshop introducing Hidden Voices’ community engagement through performance.
October 21-November 29 Duke Chapel Exhibit
Hidden Voices is thrilled to return to Duke Chapel with the exhibit for Home Is Not One Story.
Please join us for a special Sunday dinner at Vimala’s Curryblossom Café to benefit Hidden Voices, 5-8 pm on Sunday, September 12, 2010.
“We packed a big white bag full of bread and cheese and warm clothes and I was in charge of holding it. And I remember walking through the port where all these people were screaming and yelling and being so scared. And the next step I take I’m in the water. I remember hearing my mom scream . . .”
Exhibit Opening and Reception, Audio Tour, Franklin Street Animation Window