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Interviewed for National High School History Day ProJect

Muralidhar Dontineni, a high school student attending North Creek High School in Washington State is working on a project for the National History Day competition, creating a documentary about an important figure advocating for the rights of countless minorities, Pauli Murray. He found Pauli Murray's Revolutionary Life in the library and asked to conduct a brief interview with me to gain a deeper understanding of Pauli Murray's life and legacy. In the interview, he asked about my research process for writing the book and my insights into Pauli Murray's life and contributions to the civil rights movement. His goal is to create a documentary that sheds light that inspies a new generation to fight for justice and equality.
I'll post the video when Muralidhar, whose family is originally from South India, sends it to me.
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