U.S. lawyer, author and civil rights leader Pauli Murray at the Episcopal Church’s flagship seminary, General Theological in New York City, 1974. She already had a doctorate and a long list of firsts, but she was there studying to become a priest. Three years later she was ordained, the first Black female priest in Anglican history. (Barton Silverman/The New York Times)

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