Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was a queer woman of color who dedicated her life to fighting the injustice of arbitrary social distinctions like race and gender. Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg are all names we know today because of Murray’s influence on their lives and work. A person who today may be considered transgender, Murray lived in a time that did not acknowledge such identities, which inspired her decades-long struggle to ensure rights for people, without qualification. Her private struggle with being “in-between” led to her public work as a lawyer, activist, and ordained priest, which has shaped contemporary equal rights struggles in America. Join Jane Crow author Rosalind Rosenberg to learn more about the amazing and largely untold story of the groundbreaking figure who galvanized a generation to fight for a more democratic society.