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AAUW-ODC Programs are continuing on Zoom until further notice. Sign up to receive registration and log in details. 2 Fantastic Fall 2021 Programs – Details here!

AAUW-ODC branch invites guests to join us. AAUW-ODC PROGRAM DATES: Sept. 9th (7pm – 8:30pm), Oct. 16th (10am), Feb. 19, 2022 (10am), Mar. 19, 2022 (10am). Meet and greet opens 10am; program time is 10:30 – noon.

First published in 1956, Proud Shoes is the remarkable true story of slavery, survival, and miscegenation in the South from the pre-Civil War era through the Reconstruction. Written by Pauli Murray the legendary civil rights activist and one of the founders of NOW, Proud Shoes chronicles the lives of Murray’s maternal grandparents. From the birth of her grandmother, Cornelia Smith, daughter of a slave whose beauty incited the master’s sons to near murder to the story of her grandfather Robert Fitzgerald, whose free black father married a white woman in 1840, Proud Shoes offers a revealing glimpse of our nation’s history. Book Club discussion in January 2022.

Request to join the AAUW-ODC branch book club email list – click here.

Branch interest group activities any time of year:  AAUW ODC Book Club, Social Justice Interest Group (Barrie Trinkle, facilitator) and Coming Soon:

Get Outside! Join fellow AAUW ODC members on history, garden, and nature walking tours offered in our area. Learn more about the area and each other!

Who we are:

A group of women and men who work in North Carolina to carry out the mission of the American Association of University Women, AAUW — advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education,  philanthropy, and research.

Membership entitles you to invites for National AAUW and AAUW-NC programs, too!