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Uploaded on Oct 13, 2010
The Anderson school is one of the original Rosenwald schools constructed in the early part of the century to enable black children to get an education during segregation. Built in 1930 in Mars Hill, North Carolina, the school is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. What remains of the building today stands as a legacy and a reminder of the struggle for equal rights -- for all humankind.
Please make your donation today at www.ctnc.org/rosenwald to help preserve this building as a monument and reminder of rural Black heritage and the Black educational experience.