Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture

About Us

 

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The African American presence in the Duke University undergraduate community began in 1963, and although it would not be realized for two decades, the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture was born of that moment in history and bears its markings. Established in 1983, The Center remains a safe, welcoming and supportive space that reflects the core values, culture, mission and perspectives of Duke's Black community.

 

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