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The Mary Lou Williams Center For Black Culture

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The Mary Lou Williams Center aims to foster a safe and affirming community that supports the diverse needs of Black-identified people. They host a number of programs and events throughout the year. To learn more about them, head to their website below.

The Center was named to honor the great artist—Mary Lou Williams (b. Atlanta, GA, 8 May 1910; d. Durham, NC, 28 May, 1981). Williams taught at Duke University as an Artist-in-Residence from 1977 until her death.

Address: 101 Flowers Building, 404 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC 27708. The office is open Monday-Friday from 9am-7pm.


LINK TO MARY LOU WILLIAMS CENTER WEBSITE


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Community Support, Identity Support, Social Events & Support