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    Watch Human Rights Speakers Series Discussion: ‘My Name is Pauli Murray’ on YouTube

    In case you missed, it, the Human Rights Speakers Series Virtual Panel Discussion: ‘My Name is Pauli Murray: Exploring Race and Gender Equity’ is now available in the City of West Hollywood WeHo Arts Youtube Channel. The free discussion was livestreamed on Tuesday, February 15 at 6 p.m.

    My Name is Pauli Murray: Exploring Race and Gender Equity is a conversation around race and gender equity and gender identity in Participant and Amazon’s new documentary My Name is Pauli Murray. A pioneering attorney, social justice activist, and priest, Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray shaped landmark litigation—and consciousness— around race and gender equity.

    The panel includes Talleah Bridges McMahon, Producer, My Name is Pauli Murray; Bryce Cracknell, Impact Producer, Participant; Barbara Lau, Executive Director, The Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice; and City of West Hollywood Councilmember John M. Erickson, who moderated the discussion.

    To view the panel discussion, visit the WeHo Arts YouTube channel, or click on the link below:

    The City of West Hollywood’s Human Rights Speakers Series brings together diverse communities to learn about and discuss global, national, and local human rights issues in a supportive environment. The series reflects the City’s commitment to human rights and core value of Respect and Support for People.
    For additional information about the Human Rights Speakers Series, please visit www.weho.org/hrss.

    The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division delivers a broad array of arts programs including Art on the Outside (temporary public art), City Poet Laureate, Drag Queen Story Hour, Free Theatre in the Parks, Grants, Holiday Programming, Human Rights Speaker Series, Library Exhibits, National Poetry Month, One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival, Summer Sounds + Winter Sounds, Urban Art (permanent public art), and WeHo Reads.

    The City of West Hollywood remains in a declared local emergency in response to thecoronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. West Hollywood City Hall is open for in-person transactions by appointment; to make an appointment, visit www.weho.org/appointments. City Hall services remain accessible by phone at (323) 848-6400 and via the City’s website at www.weho.org. City of West Hollywood coronavirus information is available at www.weho.org/coronavirus.

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